Health professionals are intrinsically motivated to help others within and outside of their community. Engagement in your community through volunteerism and service helps you develop social awareness, cultural competency, and a sense of civic responsibility.
Not sure how or where to get involved?
- Search for opportunities in AdviseStream's Academics & Engagements planner ("Browse Research and Engagements")
- Check out the activities and resources available through NYU's Center for Student Activities, Leadership, and Service
- Learn about free and public service events advertised through NYU's Community Engagement unit
- Get involved with multicultural and multifaith education and programs with NYU CMEP, the New York University Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Student Center, and the Office of Global Spiritual Life
- Consider getting involved in the Academic Achievement Program (AAP), a multifaceted program designed to develop and enhance the academic and leadership potential of Black, Latino, Native American and other underrepresented students in the College of Arts and Science and greater New York University community.
- Go out for a student leadership position within the College Cohort Program