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Leadership and Service Center

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Service Opportunities

Whether you're interested in an alternative spring break or service-learning that's connected to your academic studies, we have a service project that's perfect for you.

Find a way to help others today.

There are so many ways you can help others whether through a service project or serviced-focused organization. Find a path that fits your service goals. 

Did you know? Many service opportunities are now available through Handshake!

NEW! Community Partner Map 
Search for local service opportunities by browsing the location and focus areas of our community partners.


Search for a project that fits your schedule.

We have a service projects and programs that fit the time you have to give. Give a few hours, a half a day or more to a project that warms your heart and matches your interests.

Opportunity Time Requirement Frequency
Gamecock Pantry Farmer's Market Volunteer 2-3 hours One time (or more)
Community Engaged Campus Experience for Youth  1-3 hours A few times per semester
Monthly Service Saturdays 4-5 hours One time (or more)
MLK Day of Service 4-5 hours January
9/11 Day of Service 4-5 hours September
Hunger and Homelessness 4-5 hours November
Alternative Break A few days – a week Fall, winter and spring break
Service-Learning Class Varies One semester
Community Service Ambassador One year, 6 hours per week Once a week plus monthly meeting
Service Saturday Site Leader One year  
Pantry Pal One year  
Alternative Break Leader One year  




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