When it comes to service work, it may be challenging to know where to start or how to keep going. This educational session will provide resources for UCLA students on how to first get involved with service at UCLA and how to make a lasting commitment to ethical service during your time at UCLA.
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Sarah Heisler (she/her) is a 4th year student (2nd year transfer) from the Bay Area who is majoring in sociology and minoring in education studies. She is passionate about nature, the arts, and social justice. She is involved with CSC, the Music Meditation Club, The Paper Mixtape, and is an intern with UCLA’s chapter of CALPIRG.
Hanna (she/her) is a 4th year World Arts and Cultures & Psychology major who is also minoring in Community Engagement and Social Change. Hanna has been in CSC since the end of her freshman year at UCLA starting on the internal programming committee first as a member and eventually as the director. Now, she is a Project Liaison Director for CSC. Hanna’s service experience has been mostly centered in the animal rights, education and youth development, and mental health sectors.
Jakob (he/him) is a 4th year Neuroscience major with minors in Applied Developmental Psychology and Biomedical Research. Most of his service background is in education; before coming to UCLA, he tutored his peers and taught a 4th grade classroom with a teacher in his district.
Mominah (she/her) is a 3rd year Human Biology and Society major. Her passions include health policy advocacy, access to healthcare, and education equity. On campus, she is involved with the Community Service Commission (CSC), Universities Allied for Essential Medicines (UAEM), and UMMA Volunteer Project.
Seerat Chawla (she/her) is a 3rd year Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology major. She is passionate about housing and food insecurity as well as mental health advocacy. Consequently, she serves as a director for Bruin Shelter, a coach for the STAND For All Program, and conducts research on trauma and intersectionality.