These programs are designed to introduce first and second year students to service and student government at UCLA. 

Make service your middle name.

CSC Fellowship Program

Interested in getting involved with service and student government at UCLA?

Become a fellow to learn firsthand about all that CSC does and become involved with CSC staff! Fellows will obtain direct experience in raising awareness on a variety of issues, facilitate campus-wide and community-based programming and learn to logistically manage different types of community service student organizations.

General Expectation for CSC Fellows:

  • Attend weekly staff meetings (Wenesdays 6 – 7 PM), office hours, and committee meetings (times vary)
  • Attend all trainings, staff retreats (Weekend following Week 1 every quarter), and major programs (varies)


Applications for the 2016-2017 program are now closed! Check back next fall!

CSC Mentorship Program

The Community Service Commission is excited to announce its Mentorship Program for the 2016 – 2017 school year. The Mentorship program will offer mentees (first-year students) an opportunity to connect with seasoned service organization members, such as project directors and long-time service participants. Mentors will guide these first-years through the process of engaging in service at UCLA and help them develop skills necessary to become effective leaders in campus organizations in the future while giving them a community of like-minded service-oriented peers within the Community Service Commission.

General Expectation for CSC Mentees:

  • Attend bi-weekly/monthly events (such as socials), as scheduled
  • Engage with mentors
  • Have a desire to get involved with community service

 Applications for the 2016-2017 program are now closed! Check back next fall!


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