Community Outreach for Students in Education

WashU volunteer organizations

  • Campus Y Programs

    Campus Y offers multiple opportunities for education, mentorship, and advocacy.

  • City Faces

    City Faces is a program run by WashU students that works with children, teenagers, and young adults living in the Clinton-Peabody public housing neighborhood in St. Louis.

  • The Learning Center

    Learning Center services are designed to mentor students, help them develop the life-long skill of “learning how to learn,” to facilitate their ability to excel in their coursework, and to stimulate independent thinking through persistent coaching.

  • Gephardt Institute Programs

    Gephardt offers numerous service-learning opportunities, including Books and Basketball, K-12 Connections, and Hawthorn InvestiGirls.

  • Kappa Delta Pi (KDP)

    Members International Honor Society in Education take part in service projects.

  • Niños Cambios Puertas

    Niños Cambios Puertas Volunteer Program was founded in 1996 to provide tutoring and mentoring to Latino youth in St. Louis.

  • Out of the Blue

    Out of the Blue is a WashU community service group committed to promoting childhood literacy.


    TESLA mobilizes college students to establish dynamic after-school clubs for for underserved youth to build STEAM literacies and critical thinking capacity through hands-on challenges.

  • Teach English as a Second Language

    Teach English is a Second Language Learning Club that pairs undergraduate tutors with other undergraduate students, graduate students, and university employees to help them improve their English.