The University of California, Berkeley campus has a long and proud tradition of public service. Its students, faculty, and staff do not just work here, but they also serve the greater community, providing hours of free tutoring and mentoring, building and refurbishing homes, restoring wildlife habitat, and educating others about how to go green. The following provide some examples of what our community does, and shows you how you can add to our efforts.
- Cal Corps Public Service Center: Public service and leadership opportunities for students, staff, and faculty.
- Cal in the Community: Guide to campus public service programs and resources for the benefit of the community.
- Community Relations: A link between UC Berkeley and the local and Bay Area community.
- Student leadership programs: Leadership resources and coaching for campus students.
- Kindergarten to College: Portal to 200-plus outreach programs linking UC Berkeley undergrads and grad students with local K-14 students.
- Interactive University: Curriculum resources for K-12 teachers, drawing on UC Berkeley expertise, research, and museum and library collections.
- Science @ Cal: This Year of Science 2009 site features events and activities with a changing monthly focus.
- Museums and collections, including Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, the Berkeley Natural History Museums, the Hearst Museum of Anthropology, the Lawrence Hall of Science, and numerous collections of artifacts and objects. These collections support teaching and research in anthropology, architecture, art history and practice, botany, engineering, entomology, film history, geology, history, linguistics, paleontology, physics, and zoology.
- UC Botanical Garden: Plant-related curriculum tools and educational programs, for K-12 teachers and the public.