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Active Citizenship and Service (OACS)

The mission of the Office of Active Citizenship and Service is to create a culture for exploration and learning followed by critical reflection and action for the common good.

Alternative Spring Break (ASB)

Visit us at our new website:! ASB is Vanderbilt's largest student-run organization and the premier alternative break program in the nation.

Alternative Winter Break (AWB)

Alternative Winter Break is a student-run service organization that aims to promote critical thinking, social action, and community involvement. This is accomplished by combining education, reflection, and service on week-long service learning trips.

Best Buddies

Best Buddies® is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships for people with intellectual and development disabilities.


CURE U is a Christian faith based organization of the parent not for profit company CURE International. CURE U raises money and awareness for treatable children's surgeries at nearly a dozen hospitals in low income environments across the world.

Hannah Kang

Project Heal is a Christian non-profit organization established at Vanderbilt University dedicated to improving the quality of healthcare in developing nations through student-led medical missions centered around a collaborative, educational and service.

Manna Project International - Vanderbilt (MPIV)

MPIV is an organization dedicated to connecting Vanderbilt students with service opportunities through a range of local and global initiatives, both in the Nashville community and internationally with our Spring Break Service Trips.

Nourish International (Nourish)

Nourish International is a student-run non-profit that works to fight global poverty. We raise funds through business ventures on campus that go towards international projects in which we send students to work with a community- based organization abroad.

Project C.U.R.E.

We are dedicated to connecting the Vanderbilt community to the non-profit, Project C.U.R.E., which delivers donated medical supplies from hospitals and clinics in the U.S. to resource-starved hospitals and clinics in over 130 developing countries.

Project RISHI

Project RISHI's mission is to provide financially sustainable solutions to core problems within rural Indian villages through a combination of consulting, global health, nonprofit management, entrepreneurship, and service.

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