The Service Speaks mini-conference highlights the work of students, faculty and community partners who are greatly impacted by their community service-learning and social justice experiences. The day-long event features panels, presentations, workshops and posters that reflect the impact of service on critical social justice issues such as racism, homelessness and living wages, etc. in locally and internationally. We invite you all to join us at the Service Speaks Conference this year!
Save the Date for Service Speaks 2018: Friday, May 11, 2018 9:00 am - 1:30 am
Click here to propose a PowerPoint, poster, or other presentation for this year's symposium. Presentations are about six minutes in length, followed by a four-minute Q&A session. Proposals are due by Friday, April 27, 2018.
Service Speaks 2017 Story Map
DePaul ENGAGE is a coalition of the departments, programs, and people at DePaul who seek to engage students and the DePaul community in learning and action related to socially responsible leadership in the Vincentian tradition. By working together more intentionally, we develop and implement collective strategies that reach, involve, and impact a greater number of students and those in the DPU community through our various curricular and co-curricular programs and opportunities for engagement and shared learning.
DePaul Community Service Association
The DePaul Community Service Association (DCSA) seeks to promote the dignity of all by following the example of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac. The function of DCSA is twofold:
- To provide meaningful volunteer opportunities to DePaul students who serve our community partners in sustained, mutually beneficial relationships
- To promote reflection and social justice rooted in Vincentian values.