The purpose of the Sustainability Fair is to increase awareness of the importance of a 'green' and sustainable lifestyle, to provide resources, information and opportunities for work, advocacy and change, and to encourage the community within WSU that supports cooperation and responsibility for the preservations of the planet.
Faculty and Community Workshops
The workshops are designed to foster faculty and community organizations development in the areas of service learning and civic engagement.
Dialogues in Social Justice
In memory of the late Faith Zeadey a sociology professor at Worcester State University, friends, family and colleagues established an annual dialogue of social justice issues.
Community Based Organization Forums
Twice a year forums are held on the Worcester State campus focusing on specific issues for local organizations.
Celebration of Service
In collaboration with the Intergenerational Urban Institute, this celebration aims to recognize those on campus and in the community that explore and work on local social issues.
This fellowship allows faculty new to service learning or already practicing community based pedagogy to expand their community partnerships, enhance their curriculum objectives, incorporate research and writing activities into their courses, or fine-tune their overall knowledge and skill set in the area.
Robert F. Kennedy Children's Action Corps Internship and Fellowship
Annual internships and fellowships given to WSU seniors to attract, develop and retain future leaders at the RFK Children's Action Corp. Students can receive training and funding to work with at-risk youth at a residential treatment center in Lancaster, MA.
Student Leaders in Service
Five college students are selected annually to become a part-time AmeriCorps student leaders.
Alternative Spring Break: Managua, Nicaragua
Students work with a non-profit organization called Manna Project International in Managua, Nicaragua.