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HKS Serves Spring 2018

March 02, 2018

Sites included the Greater Boston Food Bank, a Room to Grow, the Charles River Conservancy, and Cradles to Crayons. Volunteer shifts began between 9-10AM and finished between 12-12:30

HKS Serves 2017 (Spring)

February 24, 2017

Please join the Student Public Service Collaborative in this all-school event, as we launch our ongoing service engagement with local community partners in 2017. This semester, we are collaborating with 5 different community partners ranging from local community centers and schools, to municipal parks, and community relief organizations. Volunteer hours vary depending on the needs of the organization.

HKS Serves 2016 (Spring)

We are in the midst of planning for HKS Serves Spring 2016 and we look forward to engaging you with a series of meaningful community service events. If you have any suggestions or ideas, please email us at Meanwhile, wait out! 

HKS Serves 2015 (Fall)

Service’s at the heart of Harvard Kennedy School’s mission and for the past five years, HKS has kicked off its fall semester with an all-school day of service. This year more than 250 students, staff, faculty and – for the first time – alumni, volunteered their time at 13 different sites around Greater Boston. From serving meals and washing dishes at the Women’s Lunch Place and St. Francis House, to planting trees with the Friends of the Mystic River, volunteers from HKS has touched the lives of many through their acts of love. 

HKS Serves 2015 (Spring)

On February 27 2015, volunteer teams travelled to off-campus sites for a Day of Service. Projects include serving lunch at shelters, beautifying the Charles River, working with children and assembling donations for disadvantaged youth.

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