Community service is a great way for student clubs to reach out to the SCAD and Savannah communities. Completing community service as a club can serve as a team builder and shows that your club is interested in serving others.
While community service is not required of student clubs, it is highly encouraged. Clubs with a record of community service can apply for the ICC service grant. Community service hours also are a benefit when applying for budget allocations, since it shows collaboration with other clubs, SCAD departments, and the Savannah Community.
The easiest way for clubs to learn more about service opportunities is to contact SERVE(firstname.lastname@example.org). SERVE exists to provide these opportunities for SCAD students. However, clubs can organize their projects as well or work with their academic department.