Make an impact on campus and beyond.
Many Arts & Sciences students contribute to the community as volunteers — and often leaders — on- and off-campus. They commit their time and skills to student-run organizations, local nonprofits, arts groups, healthcare organizations, and more. As they apply classroom learning to the real world, they make a positive difference in the city and region. Here are a few of their stories.
I've loved working alongside student leaders who are...committed to making things better and more inclusive.
As a child of Deaf adults, Christine Lew advocated for the Deaf community — and others — as director of the ASU Student Disability Commission.
As an undergrad interested in criminal justice, Anthony Stokes visited prisons, met with incarcerated men, and worked on court cases.
After volunteering and pursuing research at the Suquamish Museum — created and run by the Suquamish tribe — Racquel West joined the staff of the UW's Burke Museum.
Owen Oliver created a Burke Museum course for Native American students, served as director of the UW's American Indian Student Commission, and created the UW Indigenous Walking Tour.
Concerned about the lack of health coverage for undocumented individuals, Marium Raza created an app and nonprofit to share information about community services.
Find your community. Share your talents.
Learn more about volunteer and leadership opportunities on campus and in the community.