Education Service Opportunities

Alternative Breaks

Leadership & Community Service-Learning Mission: Promoting positive change through transformative learning and community engagement.

For more information,

contact alternativebreaks@umd.edu.

America Reads*America Counts

The mission of America Reads*America Counts (AR*AC), a partnership between the University of Maryland and Prince George's County Public Schools, is to provide a high quality mentoring program that enriches learning opportunities for both college and elementary school students.

For more information,

contact arac@umd.edu.

College Mentors for Kids UMD

The University of Maryland chapter of College Mentors for Kids serves 40 kids from a local elementary school. Each week, these students are brought to University of Maryland for two hours after school to spend time with their mentors while participating in hands-on activities that allow them to explore the college campus and expose them to new opportunities.

For more information,

contact emblanch15@gmail.com.

Helping Out My Younger Self

To educate high school students on how to become more competitive college applicants.

For more information,

contact imagine.homys@gmail.com.

Lazarus Rising

Lazarus Rising aims to effectively and efficiently combat homelessness through the provision of job placement skills. We empower our participants through personalized resume reviews, mock interviews, and job search portal navigation at absolutely no cost to either our participants or our community partners.

For more information,

contact lazarusrisingumd@gmail.com.

Learning Enterprises

The mission of Learning Enterprises is to expand people’s horizons through conversation-based English language classes taught by University of Maryland students, other American students, and international volunteers.

For more information,

contact maryland@learningenterprises.org​.

Maryland LEAD Program

The LEAD Program engages students in leadership experiences that complement academic, co­-curricular, career, and community engagement opportunities (through institutes, conferences, retreats, and peer education.)

For more information,

contact mdlead@umd.edu.

Scholars Promoting and Revitalizing Care

We are a student-led, scholars-supported initiative that promotes the wellbeing of all members of our community. Our mission is to actively implement a standard of care at UMD. Our goal as a student groups is to facilitate active participation and engagement with others as a driving force for generating positive energy.

For more information,

contact umdsparc@gmail.com.

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance / Terp Tax

The purpose of VITA at UMD is to provide the undergraduate, graduate, and local community with free tax preparation services. We serve low-to-moderate income taxpayers, elderly, disabled and limited English speaking people.

For more information,

contact VitaAtSmith@gmail.com or terptax@gmail.com.

 
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