Salt Lake Community College’s Thayne Center provides service-learning opportunities for both students and faculty.
The Thayne Center at SLCC and the United Way’s 2-1-1 service help students who want to give back to the community.
Learn more about the different Thayne Center programs and how students can get involved.
Learn about some of the many ways you can help your community this holiday season.
Student Leaders in Civic Engagement lets students put their passion for service to work in the community.
Students who participate in the Alternative Break program gain new perspectives about the world around them.
The Engaged Learning Celebration highlights the work that SLCC students have done in the community.
Alternative Fall Break will take place next week. Learn more about the benefits of volunteering.
SLCC hosted a resource fair to help students discover what services are available to them.
Learn more about Sean Crossland as he takes on a new role at the Thayne Center.
SLCC students looking for a way to give back can do so during Fall Break.
Fox 13 News anchor Max Roth recently discussed his AmeriCorps service and how he helped launch the Thayne Center.