Since 1972, some 100,000 USC students have taught in classrooms and provided more than a million hours of service to the neighborhoods around the university’s campuses.
Joint Educational Project
The Young Scientists Program at USC Dornsife’s Joint Educational Project sends STEM majors to teach elementary school students and change the misconception that all scientists are white men.
USC junior Danika Banh created the Music Inspiring Community club to bring regular lessons to underserved elementary school classrooms.
Students taking part in USC Dornsife’s Joint Educational Project are bringing their service-learning program to children remotely through a new video series.
For environmental science and health major and military veteran Abigail Menendez, serving others is its own reward.
The former director of USC Dornsife’s Joint Educational Project was a passionate supporter of partnerships between universities and their communities.
USC’s Joint Educational Project connects students with volunteer opportunities helping the homeless. It’s part of the university’s commitment to reducing homelessness in L.A. County.
USC’s Joint Educational Project introduces fourth- and fifth-graders to virtual reality, 3-D printing and drones.