The Center for Public Service at Tulane University was established in 2006 as part of the university’s Renewal Plan, instituted after Hurricane Katrina. The Center supports a university curriculum and research agenda by uniting academics and action, classroom and communities.
When U.S. News & World Report profiled three types of programs that enhance students’ college experiences, the publication singled out Tulane University for its service-learning graduation requirement...MORE
Information Session for the Public Service Internship Program, 5:30-6:30pm LBC Room 203.
Fulfill the 2nd Tier Graduation Requirement, Earn Elective Credit, Gain Experience, and Engage in the Community. To attend, RSVP Here
"Tulane's community Service Scholar Program has provided me with a forum of peers, who, through sharing our ideas, triumphs, and failures, has taught me invaluable lessons about being a leader. Whether I'm planning a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity, or recruiting volunteers for Swim 4 Success, I look to my team of Scholars for support from those I trust" - Katie Markgraf, Second-year Community Service Scholar
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