You seem like you would like our DCP Program!
Downtown College Prep is a charter high school guiding first-generation students towards success. Come volunteer for a rewarding experience tutoring students and telling them about what it's like attending college!
Contact Nate Redinbo for more info | email@example.com
You seem like you would like our CORAL (Communities Organizing Resources to Advance Learning) Program!
CORAL is an after school program that focuses on giving children a positive and safe place to work on their math, reading, and writing skills. As a CORAL volunteer, you will be a friend and a tutor to elementary school students. Join us for this fun and meaningful opportunity!
Contact Marli Stellhorn for more info | firstname.lastname@example.org
ESL on Campus
You seem like you would like our ESL on Campus Program!
Volunteers of ESL will provide free tutoring for the SCU workers. Our mission is to help these workers to practice and improve their language skills so that they can participate more fully in our community and work toward their academic goals.
Contact Sandra Jamaleddine for info | email@example.com
You seem like you would like our Sunol Program!
Sunol is an alternative middle school focused on supporting at-troubled youth who have been removed from their old middle schools. Its purpose to help them grow emotionally, socially, and intellectually in hope of reintegrating them into their respective schools. Santa Clara mentors will work 1 on 1 with the students with hopes of teaching them goal-setting skills through a number of activities.
Contact Kyle De La Fuente for more info | firstname.lastname@example.org
You seem like you would like our LUCHA Program!
LUCHA is a program that sends Santa Clara students to a low-income elementary school in San Jose called LUCHA, allowing them to work in the classroom. This provides the attention and focus to set young students from East San Jose up for continued academic success.
Contact Anthony Mejia for more info | email@example.com
You seem like you would like our Best Buddies Program!
Build relationships and become best buddies with special needs students our age, simply by spending time with them. Volunteering activities include gardening in SCU's Forge Garden or playing games at the Campbell Community Center!
Contact Abby Roubal for more info | firstname.lastname@example.org
You seem like you would like our Chandler Tripp Program!
The best hour of your week can be spent playing with the students of Chandler Tripp, a preschool for children with special needs in San Jose. Volunteer times are totally flexible and can be easily fit into a busy schedule!
Contact Jocelyn Chi for more info | email@example.com
College of Adaptive Arts
You seem like you would like our College of Adaptive Arts Program!
Do you like to dance, sing, or paint? CAA volunteers assist students between the ages of 18-40 in discovering strengths, passions, and skills through various art forms. Pick your favorite class and let's go get artsy together!
Contact Sammi Bennett for more info | firstname.lastname@example.org
You seem like you would like our Senior Connection Program!
A great way to serve the elderly is to volunteer and spend time with the seniors at a day center in San Jose, giving them our attention, playing bingo, engaging in amazing conversations, and learning a lot from a generation that has so much wisdom to offer! They are so grateful for the time that we spend with them, and it is a blast too! Come out and love on people who don't always feel appreciated the way they should be!
Contact Sophia Sparagana for more info | email@example.com
You seem like you would like our Special Olympics Program!
We will be coaching, playing, and enjoying a variety of sports with amazing athletes that will be participating in the Special Olympics across Northern California counties! No experience is required and carpools will be offered!
Contact Sara Snowden for more info | firstname.lastname@example.org
Labor Action Committee
You seem like you would like our Labor Action Committee Program!
LAC is a community of dedicated students committed to working in solidarity with workers on campus, locally, and around the world. We collaborate with USAS (United Students Against Sweatshops) a national organization of student activists defending the rights of workers.
Contact Hannah Zahn for more info | email@example.com
Feminists For Justice
You seem like you would like our Feminists for Justice Program!
FFJ is an organization focused on developing a society wherein there is widespread gender equity, as well as addressing intersectional feminist issues in a local and global context.
Contact Khiely Jackson for more info | firstname.lastname@example.org
You seem like you would like our ENACT (Environmental Action) Program!
ENACT is a program focused on environmental justice. The club looks at and interacts with vulnerable and marginalized communities most affected by environmental issues. Our main goal this year is to bring the topic of environmental justice to the broader campus and to facilitate discussions outside of the club.
Contact Sophia Smith for more info | Ssmith2@scu.edu
You seem like you would like our Workers' Connection Program!
Workers' Connection is dedicated to learning about the lives, struggles, hopes, and respective cultures of those at the Day Workers Center of Mountain View, most of whom are Latin American immigrants. Come join us on Saturdays as we spend a couple hours sharing stories, playing board games or sports, and/or bonding over a meal. Spanish speaking ability is helpful but by no means required!
Contact Daniela Balaguera for more info | email@example.com
Queers & Allies
You seem like you would like our Queer & Allies Program!
Queers & Allies is a group of LGBTQ individuals and allies who aim to create a more inclusive campus by educating themselves and the SCU community and advocating for equality for individuals of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
Contact Tia Montes for more info | firstname.lastname@example.org
Julian Street Inn
You seem like you would like our Julian Street Inn Program!
Cook breakfast for the residents of Julian Street Inn, a transitional housing center a few minutes away in San Jose. Share a meal and build relationships with inspiring people while gaining insight into pressing social problems.
Contact Maddie House-Tuck for more info
LGBTQ+ Youth Space
You seem like you would like our LGBTQ+ Youth Space Program!
LGBTQ+ Youth Space is a community center in downtown San Jose that caters to the needs of LGBTQ+ youth ages 13-25. Come out to make crafty art, eat junk food, and hang out with some really cool people!
Contact Sofía Kahler-Quesada for more info
Project Open Hand
You seem like you would like our Project Open Hand Program!
Come spend a Friday evening in San Francisco helping to deliver meals to people who suffer from illnesses or other factors that make it difficult to access the healthy foods they need, and learn about the struggles of life in the Tenderloin district.
Contact Petra Nelken for more info | email@example.com
San José Family Shelter
You seem like you would like our San José Family Shelter Program!
San José Family Shelter helps houseless families remain intact by providing temporary housing, food, education, and targeted support to accompany families from crisis to self-sufficiency. SCCAPers will assist in the Homework Enrichment Program for school-aged children from 6:30-8:30pm each Wednesday. Aside from helping children learn and play, volunteers engage in short readings and guided discussions beforehand to learn about houselessness, gentrification, economic violence, and other related issues.
Contact Alejandra Fraume Valencia for more info | firstname.lastname@example.org