UCSD Student Organizations 2016-2017

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AB Common Ground

Alternative Breaks are local, domestic or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with strong direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work alongside.
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AB Comunidad

Alternative Breaks are national or international service and learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with quality direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities in which they work.
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AB Empower Hour

Life after prison is difficult, with many struggling to find their place in society. By addressing the challenges created by their imprisonment, we hope to help and support women with their efforts to reintegrate into society. We aim to empower these women and their children, who are at risk of getting caught in the prison cycle. We will educate ourselves on these issues so we can actively be involved in the daycare and after-school program for the children and effectively communicate with the women as we help out in their thrift store and facilitate workshops. Through our strong, direct service and interactions with the women and their families, we hope to make a positive, lasting impact that will help them break out of the cycle of intergenerational incarceration.
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AB Empower Youth

Alternative Breaks are local, domestic or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with strong direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work alongside.
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AB Executive Board

Alternative Breaks are national or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with quality direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work in.
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AB Food for Thought

Alternative Breaks are local, domestic or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with strong direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work alongside.
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AB Future Foundation

Alternative Breaks are local, domestic or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with strong direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work alongside.
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AB HEY

Alternative Breaks are local, domestic or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with strong direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work alongside.
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AB HKO

Alternative Breaks are local, domestic or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with strong direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work alongside.
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AB Hope House

Alternative Breaks are local, domestic or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with strong direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work alongside.
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AB Next Generation

Alternative Breaks are local, domestic, or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with quality direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work in.
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AB Raise the Roof

Alternative Breaks are local, domestic or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with strong direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work alongside.
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AB Re-Member

Alternative Breaks are local, domestic or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with strong direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work alongside.
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AB Safe and Sound

AB Safe and Sound is within Alternative Breaks at UCSD. Our purpose is to educate a team of students on the social justice issue of HIV/AIDS and sexual health. We will be traveling to Belize during spring break to volunteer at a high school to lead educational workshops.
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AB Sees YOU

Alternative Breaks are local, domestic or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with strong direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work alongside.
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AB Serve to Sustain

Alternative Breaks are local, domestic or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with strong direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work alongside.
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AB You Belong

Alternative Breaks are local, domestic or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with strong direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work alongside.
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AB@UCSD: Alternative Weekends

Alternative Weekends inspire and connect the UCSD community to the SD surrounds through active awareness and education of a wide range of social justice issues.
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Alpha Phi Omega

Alpha Phi Omega is a co-ed service fraternity organized to provide community service, leadership and social opportunities to college students. The purpose of this fraternity is to assemble college students in a national service fraternity in the fellowship of principles derived from the Scout Oath and Law of the Boy Scouts of America; to develop leadership, to promote friendship and to provide service to humanity; and to further freedom that is our national, educational and intellectual heritage
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Alternative Breaks@UCSD

Alternative Breaks are local, domestic, or international service learning trips that use education of social justice issues combined with quality direct service to have a lasting impact on students and the communities they work in.
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Bhagat Puran Singh Health Initiative (BPSHI)

The Bhagat Puran Singh Health Initiative aims to eliminate health and social misconceptions within underserved and underprivileged populations by providing access to health education and free health clinics for the betterment of the body.
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Biology Education and Art for Science Innovation (BioEASI)

The mission of BioEASI is to facilitate the interaction between scientists and the public through outreach, education, and the arts. BioEASI aims to increase public interest and support for basic scientific research and to enhance communication and creative-thinking skills of its graduate student members. BioEASI believes that by achieving these aims, we can help further scientific innovation, recruit the next generation of diverse young people into scientific careers, and increase scientific understanding among the general public.
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Books Behind Bars

This new volunteer organization on campus with a very specific goal set. The idea is to tunnel UCSD students (Primarily aimed at marshall students because we’re founded on the basis of community service and social justice) into the Donavan Correctional Facility in San Diego to facilitate book clubs. The prison industrial complex is a growing concern in the country and is extremely relevant to today’s political climate. Eventually, incarcerated individuals are going to re-enter society and these book clubs would be an effective way to create a relationship between the prisoners and the university. The mere task of sitting in smaller groups and discussing literature of any genre builds a sense of community, encourages understanding and listening skills, and promotes stimulating and intellectual debate between the inmates and UCSD as well as between the inmates themselves. We may not be able to end the PIC in the short term or alter the sentencing of these individuals, but we can make a positive change in their lives and our own while they serve time. A long term vision for this club would be to provide information on higher education and include books that are related to different fields of study to help build the prison to school pipeline. This new organization would be founded on the intersection of education, mass incarceration, and community service.
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Books for Prisoners

We send books and resources to convicts and spread awareness of prison conditions to the general community.
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CALPIRG at UCSD

We are UC San Diego's students' public interest group, and have been since 1976. We are focused on getting real results through student-driven campaigns on issues that matter. We offer opportunities for students to become an intern or volunteer, where they can learn a variety of skills while really making a difference. Our strategies include petitioning, lobbying local and state representatives, building coalitions with other student organizations, and educating the campus on the issues we campaign on.
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Camp Dragonfly

Helping underprivileged kids go to camp.
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Camp Kesem

Camp Kesem at UCSD provides a free summer camp to children ages 6-18 in the San Diego community who have/had a parent with cancer.
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Cancer Outreach Team

Our mission is to reduce cancer morbidity and mortality among the Pan-Asian community by educating UCSD students about appropriate cancer control measures and providing opportunities for those students to disseminate their acquired knowledge to the Pan-Asian community at-large. Our team is a non-profit, student-run organization and has been operating continuously since 1994.
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Circle K. International

Circle K International is comprised of university students who are responsible citizens and leaders with a lifelong commitment to community service worldwide. Through the three tenets of Service, Leadership, and Fellowship, Circle K inspires people to better our world, following the motto of "Live to Serve, Love to Serve." Circle K provides constructive opportunities for students to become involved on their campuses and communities through service work to others in need.
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Coaching Corps

The purpose of Coaching Corps is to provide volunteers to coach sports at low resource communities.
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Colleges Against Cancer

Colleges Against Cancer is a non-profit nationwide collaboration of college students, faculty, and staff dedicated to eliminating cancer by initiating and supporting programs for cancer education in college communities. We accomplish this through our four strategic directions: Cancer Education, Advocacy, Relay For Life, and Survivorship.
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Dance Marathon at UCSD

The purpose of this organization is to engage and empower students and the community to heighten social awareness by raising funds in a creative, energetic, and fun manner to benefit Rady Children’s Hospital - the largest children's hospital in California. The organization aims to provide students from the University of California San Diego an opportunity to take part in community service and philanthropic events while learning new skills and developing lasting friendships.
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EducationCorps

To recruit and train UCSD students to serve as volunteer tutors and mentors to K-12 students in San Diego communities that are underserved. This program aims to establish and maintain partnerships with local schools and community based organizations. We seek to promote a college-going culture, better attitudes toward school, and an increase in academic performance.
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Engineering World Health

Engineering World Health designs, provides, and maintains appropriate medical technology for developing nations. We accept students from all majors and walks of life who share our passion for improving global healthcare.
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Flying Sams

Flying Sams is a medical service club at the University of California, San Diego in association with the non-profit service organization, The Flying Samaritans Inc. We are dedicated to providing free medical services to the underprivileged people of Mexico through a clinic staffed entirely of volunteer physicians, nurses, medical and pre-medical students.
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Food Recovery Network at UCSD

Food Recovery Network will work to create a food recovery program to help divert food waste and feed the hungry in San Diego. We will work with the Triton Food Pantry, helping collect and retrieve food. We will also commit to educating the public on food waste and hunger in the U.S.
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Foster the Students

The primary purpose of Foster the Students is to advocate on behalf of foster youth and promote awareness of the foster youth system. We aim to give back to the community through volunteer work with foster youth and low-income students in the area. Above all, we want to create a safe environment not only for foster youth but also neglected students who felt that they did not or do not received adequate familial support.
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Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC) at UCSD

FIMRC @ UCSD is one of many FIMRC Chapters across the nation determined to aid in the plight of children around the world. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to raising money for children who have limited access to health care as well as provide student voluntary assistance in various FIMRC clinics in underdeveloped countries.
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Fronteras Saludables (Healthier Borders)

Fronteras Saludables (Healthier Borders) is student organization that hopes to spread awareness about health issues in Tijuana, Mexico. We will support the efforts of the HFiT free clinic (located in Mexico) through fundraising for medical supplies, medications, and other equipment. Fronteras Saludables (Healthier Borders) will inform UCSD undergraduates about opportunities to get involved in the HFIT internship program and other supporting roles.
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Girl Up at UCSD

In alignment with Girl Up and the United Nations Foundation’s mission, the Girl Up club at UC San Diego aims to empower others to get involved, teach their communities that girls matter and make sure that girls in developing countries are educated, healthy, safe, counted and positioned to be the next generation of leaders. Girl Up is an innovative campaign of the United Nations Foundation. We give American girls the opportunity to become global leaders and channel their energy and compassion to raise awareness and funds for the United Nations programs that help some of the world’s hardest-to- reach adolescent girls.
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Global Business Brigades at UC San Diego

Global Business Brigades aims to improve communities in developing regions of the world. The organization coordinates fundraising events to sponsor delegations to developing nations. These delegations will work with local communities to set up sustainable business processes, empowering them through skills such as financial resource allocation, banking system management, and loan securement for small enterprises. The organization also seeks to foster a culturally aware and practically informed membership in order to provide the greatest possible positive impact.
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Global Medical Brigades

Global Medical Brigades (GMB) is a secular, international network of university clubs that travel to developing countries to perform health care in communities without access to medicine otherwise. GMB delivers a holistic model for sustainable health through rigorous needs assessments, sponsoring referrals to those with needs beyond our capacity, keeping accurate electronic patient records, and working to improve the water and overall public health infrastructures of the villages we serve.
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Global Medical Training

Global Medical Training (GMT) is an international, non-profit, and humanitarian organization that provides free medical, dental, and veterinary services in developing communities in parts of Central America and Mexico. Students are given the unique chance to directly participate in “hands-on” diagnoses and treatments under the supervision of medical professionals. This is the reason why our motto is “LEARN BY DOING.” As a health-focused organization, our main purpose is to increase awareness of the lack of healthcare in third world countries by giving undergraduate students the chance to expand their understanding of life and medicine outside the United States. This is made possible by educating and exposing students to the prevalent global and medical issues that many underserved communities in developing countries face. Such issues include poverty, poor national health-care systems, and the various circumstances that contribute to and perpetuate a specific population’s situation. GMT also understands there are major health issues that reside right in our own community. It is this very reason why we also offer our students the opportunity to volunteer in various community service events including free health fairs servicing the underprivileged in the Los Angeles and surrounding counties. Altogether, GMT views student volunteers as a vital force for change. After all, they may be the next generation of health-care providers.
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Global TIES Ambassadors

To promote the principles of humanitarian engineering, enabling students to apply their knowledge to current world issues.
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Grand Partners in Service

This organization seeks to create a culture of community service by engaging in local volunteer opportunities with undergraduate students and senior citizens of the San Diego community. Grand Partners in Service aims to not only increase respect and understanding between peoples of different age groups, but also enhance learning on different world issues such as food justice, environmental justice, and social justice in the San Diego community. Thus, this program seeks to enhance activism, community, and compassion among its participating members.
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HMP3 Service

Our organization is a branch of HMP3 (Health and Medical Professions Preparation Program) that is concerned primarily with providing our members, students who are interested in medical or health-related professions, with opportunities to become involved in community service in the form of volunteering and fundraising events.
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Homeless Charter, The

The purpose of The Homeless Charter is to hand out food to the homeless in San Diego. The organization seeks to promote weekly service to the greater community of San Diego, unity within the student body of UCSD, and awareness on the issue on feeding/sheltering the homeless. The Homeless Charter is a non-profit student organization.
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Include Autism at UCSD

The purpose of this organization is to volunteer with young adults with disabilities in the San Diego area to help them learn real-world functional skills, establish the understanding and acceptance of differences, build genuine friendships, and make a significant social impact for local youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
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M.E.M.O. at UCSD

Fundraising in order to help the poor in Vietnam, Little Saigon (Westminster, CA), and San Diego. During our annual trip to Vietnam, we provide scholarships, school supplies, and toys to children. We also help provide medical care, dental care, and surgeries to the poor. In Little Saigon and San Diego, we run an annual health fair for those without insurance.
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MEDLIFE at UCSD

MEDLIFE is a secular, volunteer-run global health organization whose mission is to help families achieve greater freedom from the constraints of poverty, empowering them to live healthier lives. Our patients did not choose to be poor, but they do choose to strive for a better life. MEDLIFE stands beside them in this pursuit. We seek to achieve this goal through partnering with motivated individuals from poor communities working to improve their access to MEDs: Medicine, Education and community Development. MEDLIFE believes access to quality healthcare, education and personal development are basic human rights. To this end, we commit all our resources to bring Medicine, Education and Development to Low Income Families Everywhere. Along with affiliate chapters, MEDLIFE raises money for medicine, education and community development projects for low-income families around the world; actively learns about and increases awareness of inequality in global healthcare; and works to promote the highest standard of MEDLIFE's goals and reputation within the community.
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MENding Monologues at UCSD

Through the production, "The MENding Monologues," MENding Monologues at UCSD raises money and awareness to combat the issues that surround gender based violence. We are a not-for-profit student-run community service organization.
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Mission Mongolia

Mission Mongolia is a non-profit organization dedicated to raise awareness of poverty in Mongolia and needy people, who live in the hazardous conditions in the suburbs of Ulaanbaatar. Our mission is to help those people and thousands of impoverished families by fundraising money throughout the whole academic year to be able to personally help them during summer. The mission involves educational, social, agriculture, and medical support.
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Movement Exchange

Movement Exchange unites dance and service through its network of university chapters and international dance exchanges, and year-round dance programs.
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Muscular Dystrophy Association at UCSD

MDA at UCSD has four purposes. The first is to increase student involvement in the MDA community by recruiting students to participate in MDA sponsored events. The second is to raise awareness about the disorders covered under MDA. The third is to help students understand the research that is being carried out on these disorders and connect them to local opportunities to perform research on these disorders. The fourth is education, to educate students on the causes, symptoms, and available treat
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No Lost Generation at UCSD

No Lost Generation (NLG) is an organization supported by the U.S. Department of State that focuses on advocating child protection and education for the youth affected by the global refugee crisis. NLG aims to promote awareness through networking opportunities with NGOs, IGOs, and aid groups, fundraising, and volunteering directly with local and virtually contacted refugees. NLG-UCSD hopes to encourage student humanitarian efforts within the San Diego community and abroad through collaboration with university students across the U.S., government agencies, and international organizations.
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OATH

OATH (Outreach Advancement Towards Hope) seeks to address and provide relief to underserved populations by addressing physical and non-physical forms of poverty.
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Pints For Hope

The purpose of Pints For Hope is to spread awareness to high school students in UCSD's greater community of blood diseases and the ever increasing need for blood donors. Our organization would outreach to high schools' associated student body to set up a blood drive with the San Diego Blood Bank. The principle members are experienced with setting up, executing, and cleaning high school blood banks. Our organization would reach out to UCSD students to join our efforts in informing students of blood diseases as well as helping execute blood drives.
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Project BELL

Project BELL is a dynamic initiative that strives to develop lifelong learners and active citizens who make a lasting impact in their neighborhoods, communities, and world at large by using education as a creative platform.
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Project Nicaragua

A non-profit organization that aims to improve the quality of health care in Nicaragua, cultivate humanitarian traits in future professionals, and raise awareness of Nicaragua.
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Project RISHI

Project RISHI (Rural India Social and Health Improvement) is an organization that strives to improve the conditions of villagers in some of the most remote places in India. We aim to help these underprivileged people by raising money during the academic year and using that money to complete various projects in these areas. Projects will include medical initiatives, educational efforts, agricultural support and correction of social problems.
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Public Health Brigades

Public Health Brigades is a non-profit, student organization whose mission is to improve the infrastructure of the homes in the community, primarily in order to help prevent diseases/respiratory problems and to increase the overall health of the families in the community. The current country of emphasis is Honduras where the organization provides public health education and infrastructure in collaboration with Sociedad Amigos de los Niños, a private non-profit organization founded by Sister Maria Rosa Leggol. The PHB chapter at UCSD will participate in one brigade per academic year. The brigade will be 7~8 days long and take place during a school break. In addition, volunteers will work together to help prepare a health education presentation on a given health topic (ie. dental hygiene, etc.) for students in the local community.
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Red Cross at UCSD

To provide Red Cross related activities and service opportunities to the UCSD student body.
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Refugee Connection

Refugee Connection's mission is to work with multiple refugee organizations in order to expand our volunteer services and benefit the San Diego refugee community as much as we can. We aim to provide a domestic option for Global Health majors and minors to complete their field experience through volunteering with the health needs of refugee populations. We also hope to partner with UCSD professors to incorporate refugee issues into the education of students. As our rebranded Refugee Connection organization at UCSD, we plan to host events to fundraise for different local refugee organizations, including the continuation of the Culture Cup soccer tournament.
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Rotaract Club at UCSD

The purpose of Rotaract is to follow Rotary International's motto of "Service Above Self." We are devoted to organizing and participating in both local and international service events. In addition, we strive to prepare our members for the future by offering professional development, leadership, and networking opportunities.
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S Club at UCSD

The objective of this club shall be to improve the lives of women and girls in local communities and throughout the world, to fundraise and volunteer in order to contribute to the socioeconomic development of women and girls, and to contribute both locally and nationally alongside members of the Soroptimist International of La Jolla.
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San Diego Health Connect

San Diego Health Connect is a nonprofit student organization comprised of UC San Diego students. We volunteer at food banks and medical clinics and address the social determinants of healthcare outcomes by providing helpful information to the San Diego community. We supply information about health and wellness resources available to them, and these resources are provided by private charities and health professionals not associated with our organization. Disclaimer: We do not dispense medical resources, equipment, medication, or medical advice. All of the information we provide is verified through the organization San Diego 211 through a process that we have personally evaluated alongside their community outreach coordinator.
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San Diego Homeless Health Initiative

The purpose of this organization is to create general health presentations and tutorials to present to homeless individuals or groups in the San Diego County area in an attempt to arm the homeless population with knowledge to improve their health outcomes. We plan on doing this by doing field research to identify the biggest causes of homeless mortality and morbidity and we will try to understand the issues from the context of a homeless person, and try to design appropriate interventions that require minimal resources, in order to maximize the sustainability to the homeless population. We will then create easy-to-follow presentations to give to the target population, supplemented by necessary items to maintain sanitation and health. These items will be purchased using funds from fundraisers that we will arrange.
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Serotones

The purpose of this association shall be a non-profit organization for pharmacy students at the UCSD Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences with an interest in music dedicated to providing relief to patients in hospitals and other health settings through music.
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She's the First

She's the First is a non-profit undergraduate student organization that works to give scholarships to young women in low-income countries in order to attend secondary school. She's the First helps raise awareness about the socio-economic conditions of the women of low-income countries to help create first generation graduates.
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Sierra Club at UCSD

National Sierra Club Statement of Purpose: To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth; to practice and promote the responsible use of the earth's ecosystems and resources; to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out these objectives. UCSD-specific Statement of Purpose: To gather students of UCSD to help the San Diego Sierra Club chapter in their various projects. We aim to educate students and provide opportunities for involvement in nature, environmental politics, and conservation.
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Special Olympics @ UCSD

Special Olympics at UCSD aims to provide volunteers and support in the fields of coaching, logistics and event coordination for the Special Olympics San Diego Region. Students can become coaches for soccer, field hockey, bowling, softball and a variety of other sports. They can participate in helping out in the clinics that provide health screenings for all of the athletes. Students can also assist with event coordination by doing set up, being ushers and also taking video and photos for the club and national page. We're also very fun! As we plan on doing a lot of socials with the Special Athletes including team dinners, ice cream runs and monthly team outings to theme parks and other places of interest in San Diego.
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Special Olympics Hosted @UCSD

Special Olympics Hosted at UCSD strives to create a fun filled event for children with both mental and physical disabilities. The event will take place during a weekend in spring quarter after a year of planning. The purpose of the club is to provide a community service opportunity and insight on different ailments that afflict the community for the students of UC San Diego. We strive to create an environment that allows for the growth of both the students involved in creating the event and those who participate in it.
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StRIVE

Our program focuses on breaking down the wall that separates those with disabilities from their non-disabled peers. It is unique in its unification of the peer-mentorship of young adults with mental and physical disabilities and their transitional community education. We mainly work with students ages 18-22 with disabilities, and we partner with the Transitional Resources for Adult Community Education (TRACE) department of the San Diego Unified School District. Our student volunteers serve as teachers that target three critical areas imperative to independent living: communication, health awareness, and vocational skills. They also serve as mentors who participate in recreational activities and field trips that supplement the student’s community education. Our program is open to all UCSD undergraduates who are interested in empowering and bonding with other students their age with a wide range of disabilities.
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Student Foundation

To promote, facilitate and perpetuate the philanthropic spirit among the UCSD student community.
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Student Support Services Club (SSSC or SSS Club)

To encourage and foster social, recreational, and cultural growth and experiences in the spirit of diversity.
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Student Veterans Organization

The Student Veteran Organization (SVO) at University of California, San Diego purpose is to coordinate campus activities, provide pre-professional networking, and generally provide a touchstone for student veterans in higher education. The SVO works to facilitate and organize events that benefit student veterans, the general student population, and members of our community, as well as connect veterans with resources both on and off of our campus.
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Surfrider Foundation Club at UCSD

Along with the Surfrider Foundation’s overall mission of dedicating ourselves to the protection and enjoyment of our oceans, waves and beaches through a powerful activist network, the UCSD Surfrider Foundation Club is dedicated to inspiring and encouraging our UCSD community to take action and be conscious of the importance of our oceans.
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Triton Conceptualize

We strive to provide local non-profit orgs with professional technical development services pro-bono. We will provide mentoring and an essential learning experience for UCSD undergraduates outside of the classroom by building products for real clients that will see real world use.
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Tritons for Sally Ride Science

The purpose of Tritons for Sally Ride Science is to promote K-12 STEM education and generally broaden STEM participation. Through mentoring and exciting K-12 students, we hope to promote science literacy and awareness.
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Tritons for UNICEF

To educate, advocate, and fundraise on behalf of children and in support of UNICEF’s lifesaving work.
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Tzu Chi Collegiate Association at UCSD

Tzu Chi Collegiate Association at UCSD is a non-profit student organization, which aims to inspire college-level students in the mindful practice of the Tzu Chi Foundation’s principles of Love, Respect, and Gratitude through service at the community level. Tzu Ching promote the universal value of “Great Love” through the Tzu Chi Foundation’s missions of Charity, Medicine, Education, Culture, International Relief, Bone Marrow Donation, Environmental Protection and Community Service. Through mindful practice of Founder Dharma Master Cheng Yen’s teachings, Tzu Ching hope to purify people's minds and bring positive influence into the community.
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Vagina Monologues V-Day @ UCSD

Through the production, "The Vagina Monologues," V-Day @ UCSD raises money and awareness to fight violence against women and girls. We are a not-for-profit student-run community service organization.
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