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Community Service Programs

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Office of Community Service Programs


The Office of Community Service Programs provides the structure and resources to prepare students to become productive, enlightened citizens and assume roles of leadership and service in a culturally diverse and increasingly complex society.  The Office fosters lifelong service and civic participation by engaging the University with its greater community in action, change, and learning.  

The Office promotes, organizes and supports a variety of public service opportunities and civic engagement activities for the campus community and maintains a community service resource center for students interested and engaged in community service. 


Fall 2017 Dates 

Fall break weekend - Friday, October 13-Tuesday, October 17

Active Citizen Boot Camp   

ACBC is an intensive training weekend for students with a commitment or willingness to learn more about sustainability, human rights, and social change.

With a theme of Uncovering Roots: Linking Our Past, Bridging Our Future, ACBC will bring together students from across ETSU’s campus to engage in dialogue and education on active citizenship and to discover ways of making lasting change on campus and in the community!

Alternative Fall Break 

Following the fire that started in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, many buildings and homes in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee were destroyed. During AFB you will serve alongside Appalachia Service Project as you assist in the long term recovery efforts!



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