The College Corps is a historic state level investment in service that creates debt-free pathways for students who commit to serve for an academic year. SJSU undergraduate students who complete 450 hours of service through the College Corps will receive up to $10,000 to help pay for college.
The CA Fellowship is a state and national service partnership through which SJSU students provide computer programming enrichment for underserved 3rd-6th grade youth attending outside of school programs.
The Fellowship program is a 4-month initiative specifically designed to support student leaders advancing service, service learning and community engagement at LEAD California member campuses throughout the state.
Project SHINE links community learning students with older immigrants and refugees seeking to learn English and navigate the complex path to U.S. citizenship.
Our ongoing research program explores the effects of service learning on current college students, alumni, faculty, and community organizations. We utilize both quantitative and qualitative methodology. Our undergraduate and graduate student research team provides for credit and occasionally paid research opportunities.
Students Demand Action works with expert organizers, researchers, legal experts and policy wonks to organize the local community in demanding policy change that will end gun violence in America.
VET Connect Peer Leaders receive stipends to serve the student veteran community and to educate others about the needs, strengths, and experiences of veteran and military students.