Community Service

Community Service

Community Service is a partnership of humanity between individuals, communities, and entities for social and economic development.

Sr. Mary T. Clark RSCJ Center for Religion & Social Justice

The Clark Center

The Sister Mary T. Clark Center for Religion and Social Justice is the heart of community service/service-learning at Manhattanville. Although not all of Mville's service programs are run by the Sister Mary T. Clark Center, it does coordinate many of them. The Center serves to facilitate, educate, and encourage student involvement in community outreach, cultural, leadership, and spiritual initiatives across the Manhattanville College campus and beyond. Our service experiences and programs are tightly linked to our academic curriculum to ensure students are building the intellectual framework and acquiring the skills to make them effective and responsible members of their communities.

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The Connie Hogarth Center for Social Action

The Hogarth Center

“Think globally, act locally” has been a mantra that has guided Connie Hogarth throughout her career as an activist. And it’s a path Manhattanville students follow at this social-action center built in her name — and steered by her input.

Here, you’ll learn that peace and nonviolence, civil liberties and civil rights, and economic, environmental, and gender justice don’t just happen — they’re the result of planning and action. Work with activists and educators on building film and lecture series; organizing and participating in rallies and demonstrations both near campus and in places such as New York City and Washington, D.C

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