Salt Lake Community College’s Thayne Center provides service-learning opportunities for both students and faculty.
Rebecca Lougheed encourages other student volunteers to consider Headin’ Home, a non-profit organization that rescues horses and provides equine therapy.
The Bruin Pantry collects free food, toiletries and clothing for SLCC students, faculty and staff.
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.
Volunteering at Ogden’s George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park can be a valuable experience for students who love paleontology and earth sciences.
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 campus food pantry serves as a lifeline for SLCC students and staff.
Learn more about service learning opportunities available through the Thayne Center.
Volunteering can have lasting effects for all involved in a cause. Michael Hawker shares his story of service and how volunteering can improve your life.