Volunteer for A Day

We understand that life is hectic and finding time to volunteer can be challenging. For this reason, we offer a variety of ways that you can serve the community by giving just a few hours of your time. Through volunteering you can learn more about organizations in the community, while discovering your passion for service.

One of the easiest ways to register for upcoming events and to meet new people is to attend our CCBL Food For Thought Lunches.

 When? Tuesdays during common hours, 1:00-2:00pm.

Where? Center for Community-Based Learning, Klingbeil Hall.

Or attend one of our First Fridays of Service. This is a great way to learn more about a community organization and see another part of the Boston area.

When? Fridays after 1pm. October 5 (More Than Words 12:30-3:30pm), October 26 (Food Bank 12:30-4:30pm), November 2 (Friday Night Supper Program 4:00-8:00pm), and November 30, 2012 (TBA).

Where? Meet at the Center for Community-Based Learning in Klingbeil Hall at 12pm to register.  Transportation is provided.

Here are some examples of community service events the CCBL offers:

  • Sleep Out for the Homeless
  • Food and Clothing Drives
  • Community Farming
  • Charles River Clean-up
  • Blood Drive
  • Trick or Treat for Cans
  • Soup Kitchen volunteering
  • Light the Night Walk
  • Memory Walk

We organize events with Lasell students and faculty each semester, and it's always possible to create your own project based on your major or interest - the possibilities are endless!!

There are also numerous opportunities to become a Project Leader of our one-time events. Please see our Leadership Development section for more information.


Environmental Cleanups

  • Environmental Cleanups
  • Environmental Cleanups
  • Environmental Cleanups
  • Environmental Cleanups
  • Environmental Cleanups

News Highlight

REACH Beyond Domestic Violence to Honor Lasell Professor  Thursday, May 26, 2016REACH Beyond Domestic Violence, a Waltham-based domestic violence service agency, will honor Assistant Professor of Justice Studies Karin Raye for her service and advocacy work in the community around domestic violence prevention.

Featured Event

U.S. News and World Report 2016 Lasell College Ranked Among Best Colleges by U.S. News and World Report for 2016

- 26th in "Best Regional College" - North