The Facing Project at UCLA is a student-run storytelling project that aims to shed light on various social issues. This year, our project will focus on gender and sexuality as it is experienced by students at UCLA. We enlist a team of writers to be paired one-on-one with students who are willing to share their story (storytellers) in order to better educate their community. The project culminates in the production of a book filled with stories which is then distributed to the UCLA community at the end of the year.
We’re still accepting applications for storytellers this year! APPLY HERE to share your story.
Day of Service
Are you passionate about making a difference in the Los Angeles community? Join us on November 5th for Day of Service 2016, CSC’s annual event where students get the chance to spend a day volunteering at the nonprofit of their choice. Take part in the tradition and serve with your fellow Bruins addressing issues ranging from hunger and homelessness to environmental sustainability to family services.
With 40 service projects and a volunteer network of more than 2000 students under our umbrella, we’re the largest student-run service organization in the country. But more than that, we’re passionate student leaders who are dedicated to making an impact on campus and in our greater Los Angeles community. We work to challenge injustices in our community as well as engage in advocacy to raise awareness of social justice issues across the UCLA student body.
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