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Contact CSA with Virtual Appointments

Need to contact our staff? Please see the list below on contacts for each of our departments to schedule a virtual appointment via Calendly.

For more information on what's happening currently at the university, visit LMU's Coronavirus website.

Virtual Service/Advocacy Opportunities

Are you a community partner and/or nonprofit organization that is interested in trying to reach virtual volunteers? Email Chelsea Brown, to help get your opportunity to the correct audience.

Are you a student looking for virtual service opportunities? Fill out our Community Service Interest Form. A Student Service Coordinator will reach out to you directly to get you connected with a community partner.

*Posting of Community Service Opportunities is provided solely as an informational service. LMU has not undertaken any investigation or checks respecting postings.  Posting does NOT represent any endorsement or recommendation by LMU.  LMU recommends that users of any posting investigate and perform necessary checks before undertaking any posted opportunity.*

 

  • CSA is working with our local community partners to identify opportunities to still do service virtually and through other formats during COVID-19. Opportunities often become available from organizations like Mar Vista Family Center, Safe Place for Youth, Ascension Catholic School and more. To see those opportunities and sign up to serve, click here.

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    • Service Opportunities on LEO Powered By GivePulse
    • Points of Light: Points of Light has created a database of virtual opportunities through their partners.
    • Be My Eyes: This is a free mobile app that connects blind and low-vision individuals with sighted volunteers through a live video call to help solve tasks big and small.
    • Crisis Text Line: Crisis Text Line is the free, 24/7 text line for people in crisis in the United States. The service is powered by volunteer Crisis Counselors who work remotely —anywhere with a computer and secure internet connection works.
    • Smithsonian Digital Transcription Volunteers: Become a Smithsonian Digital Volunteer and help make historical documents and biodiversity data more accessible.
    • UN Volunteers: Online volunteering allows organizations and volunteers to team up to address sustainable development challenges –anywhere in the world.
    • Translators Without Borders: If you speak a second language help translate documents for nonprofits around the world.
    • Fill out the 2020 Census: Did you know the US Census happensevery 10 years. Census results determine how many seats in Congress each state is allocated. Census results help determine how billions of dollars in federal funding flow into states and communities each year. Check with your family and friends to make sure they completed the Census and help them do so!

     

     

Virtual Events

View all of our virtual events on LEO.

Justice on Tap is Going Virtual
All are welcome to join us for this gathering - please RSVP so we can send out the Zoom link before the meeting. For those of you who are 21+ please feel free to BYO adult beverage to the Zoom and we will channel our inner Loft vibes! RSVP links coming soon!

  • Tuesday, September 29 at 6pm. Dont forget to RSVP.
  • Tuesday, October 27 at 6pm. RSVP here.
  • Tuesday, November 17 at 6pm

Virtual Alternative Breaks

Application now OPEN: Student Participant Application 2020-21

Priority deadline is October 10

Dec. 28-Jan 1, 2021

Dreams Have No Borders - Nogales, AZ & Nogales, Mexico - $30.  This 5-day virtual program will offer students an opportunity to meet with migrants and learn from their stories, as well as to understand the broader context of the US/Mexico border and the current immigration context, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

January 4-8, 2021

IC/AB Women’s Rights & Climate Change in Rural El Salvador - $30.  In partnership with Campus Ministry this collaborative virtual Ignacio Companion (IC) and Alternative Break (AB) program will focus on the role of women’s rights and leadership in rural Salvadoran communities,  highlight the impact that climate change has had on the current migration situation in El Salvador/Mexico/USA, and will integrate IC's values of community, solidarity, and faith/justice . 

Racial Justice in Central America- Guatemala, Nicaragua, & El Salvador - $30.  In partnership with First To Go, this virtual program will center around racial justice, anti-black racism, and the Black Lives Matter impacts in Central America.  Students will explore the question of, “How are things that we are talking about here being talked about somewhere else in the world.”

 

Resources and Reflections for Justice, Reflection, and Advocacy

Staff picks for Our Favorite Social Justice Podcasts

Readings About Racial Justice and Challenging Systemic Racism

Anti-Racist and Pro-Black Media Resource List

Books

Podcasts

Documentaries & Films

  • Dark Girls
  • Paris is Burning
  • Whose Streets?
  • LA 92
  • Am Not Your Negro
  • The Black Power Mixtape
  • Slavery by Another Name
  • Free Angela and All Political Prisoners

This list will continue to grow and evolve. Have a service, justice, or advocacy resource or reflection that you think should be included here for your fellow students? Please email Patrick Furlong your suggestion!