Community Service

Community leadership is one of JWU's primary foundations, and community involvement is encouraged by students, faculty and administration. JWU emphasizes your involvement in community service through volunteer activities and service-learning courses, with the goal of developing your skills, training and commitment to be a strong, ethical leader in your career and everyday activities.

Whether you have a wealth of community service experience, enjoyed your Community Service-Learning (CSL) experience and would like to continue, or even if you’ve never volunteered before, you can make a difference by visiting the Feinstein Community Service Center, housed in the John Hazen White School of Arts & Sciences.

Our knowledgeable staff encourage volunteer and in-kind assistance for nonprofits and local schools; and develop civic initiatives to address hunger and homelessness, education and capacity-building issues.

If you like making a difference in people’s lives, the Feinstein Center not only provides CSL opportunities, it also offers support for student-initiated service effort and volunteerism, and implements co-curricular programming for staff and students.

To learn more about how you can get involved, contact the Feinstein Community Service Center, 401-598-2989.

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