The Volunteer Center

As part of Campus Activities, the Volunteer Center is dedicated to promoting service within USC, the greater Los Angeles area, and the global community as a whole. The Volunteer Center’s programs are student-run and student-led.

Alternative Breaks

The Alternative Break (AB) program offers exciting opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to get involved with communities outside of USC during Winter and Spring Break. Our student coordinators plan and lead alternative break trips both domestic and abroad. For additional questions regarding the Alternative Break program contact asb@usc.edu.

Friends & Neighbors Day

2016-08-20 LA's Promise Fund 6The Friends and Neighbors Day (FND) program organizes various days for students to serve in the community as a Trojan Family. FND introduces students to local service organizations throughout Los Angeles.  Service Projects are accomplished in a few hours by groups of 10-50 students working together.

Friends & Neighbors Day collaborates with Residential Education and Recognized Student Organizations to introduce more students to this long-standing service tradition. Every year, we send over 500 students, faculty, staff, and alumni to over 40 organizations around the city to serve with fellow Trojans and together make a positive impact in the community.

If you have additional questions about the Friends and Neighbors Day program, contact us at serveon@usc.edu.

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Contact Us

 Volunteer Center
Steven Kathryn Sample Hall (SKS) 410
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