Spartans are pledging to serve 110 hours this year to honor the Civil Rights anniversaries celebrated by Project 60/50. Our goal as a community is to give 110,000 hours to Greater Lansing and beyond before MLK Day, January 2015!
Those who participate will receive encouragement and recognition along the way, no matter how many hours they complete. The yearlong Spartan service challenge demonstrates the MSU community's commitment to service.
In partnership with campus and community, the Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement advances community engaged learning at Michigan State University and prepares students for lifelong civic and social responsibility in an increasingly diverse and complex global society.
You can help us continue our mission by giving a donation to one of our different support funds.
The East Lansing Health Care Center provides 24-hour care to residents ranging in age from 36 to 103, with varying interests and abilities. Many services are provided to the residents by a caring and supportive staff. Volunteers are needed to assist with a variety of activities that we offer to our residents. The East Lansing Health Care Center has volunteer opportunities in communication, community projects, health services, mental health and human services, and senior citizens programs.