From Hong Kong to Kyrgyzstan, New York to Seattle, and dozens of locations across Los Angeles, there were more than 100 sites in honor of UCLA’s Centennial.
UCLA’s newest Bruins and returning students come back to campus starting today; classes begin Sept. 26.
UCLA students, staff, faculty, alumni and also community members have until Sept. 26 to sign up to participate.
The 10th anniversary of the annual day of service included helping veterans in West Los Angeles, a village cleanup in Namibia and a blood drive in Hong Kong.
True Bruin Welcome will feature orientations, information sessions and dozens of chances to bond.
Thousands of Bruins will spread across Los Angeles — and this year sites around the world — for the annual day of service on Sept. 29.
More than 3,000 UCLA volunteers hit 31 sites — schools, veterans services sites, parks, food banks, and senior and neighborhood centers — as part of the ninth annual day of service.
The ninth annual UCLA Volunteer Day will send students to more than 30 locations across Los Angeles to paint, clean, beautify and just make a difference.
Help inspire the next generation of Bruins on the ninth annual UCLA Volunteer Day Oct.7.
UCLA’s eighth annual Volunteer Day gives new students their first taste of Bruin life and provides service and support at 50 locations throughout L.A. County.
Sylvia Cesaro, who manages events and visitor services for the Fowler Museum, will connect young Bruins at a beach cleanup with people whose passion for ocean conservation runs deep.
UCLA Volunteer Day will send thousands of new Bruins joined by employees and alumni to 50 sites across Los Angeles to work on projects at schools, parks, senior centers, and veterans’ sites.
While UCLA’s Volunteer Day is an annual event — in fact, the nation’s largest community participation event for new students — its impact on both new students and the community partners they serve far outlasts the day itself.
Annual Volunteer Day tradition lends a hand at 48 sites around the city.
Volunteers from UCLA will go to 48 sites across Los Angeles County to work on projects at schools, parks, shelters, senior centers, veterans sites and neighborhood centers.
Volunteers worked at more than 40 schools, veterans centers, public parks, senior centers, community centers and homeless service providers.
Volunteers are working at more than 50 schools, public parks, senior centers, community centers and homeless service providers. Chancellor Gene Block joined California Assembly Speaker John Perez at Leo Politi Elementary School in Koreatown.