The Office of Faith and Service coordinates volunteer and community-service activities with various local and national community-service agencies.
one-time and ongoing volunteer opportunities for Babson students, staff, and alumni. Last year, Babson community members provided over 27,500 hours of service.
The Office of Faith and Service strives to graduate socially responsible and civically engaged individuals who recognize that they play a role in giving
back to the community and can solve global social-justice issues in an innovative way.
Community Action Program
The Community Action Program (CAP) is an
opportunity for students eligible for federal work-study programs to perform, and be paid for, community service throughout the academic year. These
students gain experience at an agency while obtaining a greater sense of societal issues and what can be done to help.
First-Year Service in Action Program
The First-Year Service in Action Program engages first-year students in multiple service opportunities, such as Community Action Program events, the Jimmy
Fund Walk in Boston, and other programs sponsored by the Bernon Center.
Annual Community Engagement Events
- Special Olympics Basketball Event—February
- Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy Day Celebration—February
- Citizen Schools Exploration Day—March
- Special Olympics Swim Meet—March
- Babson Service in Action Week—April
- Coaches for Cancer—April
- From Day One—August
- National Day of Service—September
- Cruickshank 5K Run for Shelter—October
- Founder’s Day—October
- Habitat for Humanity Haunted House—October
- Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week—November
- Clothing, Food, Toy, and Book Drives—all year long!
To get involved in any of these programs, please contact