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100 Strong

It shall be the purpose of 100 Strong to have 100 high school girls from disadvantaged backgrounds from the East Bay participate in a year-long leadership training and mentorship program with UC Berkeley Students.

180 Degrees Consulting at Berkeley (180 DC)

180 Degrees Consulting provides pro-bono consulting for nonprofits and social enterprises. We work with organizations to develop innovative, practical, and sustainable solutions to strategic, operational, and financial challenges they are facing.

Academic Cultural Enrichment Coaches (ACE Coaches)

ACE Coaches aims to provide academic and cultural enrichment to underserved students living in the Single Resident Occupancy in San Francisco Chinatown, and through this process, establish more community involvement in the SF Chinatown community.

Active for Alzheimer's at Berkeley (AFA)

Active for Alzheimer’s at Berkeley engages UC Berkeley and the greater Bay Area through our three initiatives — volunteering, granting research, and fundraising for those affected by Alzheimer’s disease.

Alary Language

Use language as currency--Alary helps students take full advantage of Berkeley's diversity by matching you with students who teach the language you want to learn and want to learn the language you can teach.

Alpha Phi Omega (APO)

Alpha Phi Omega is an international co-ed service fraternity with over 75 years of college volunteerism, it is the largest fraternity in the world. Our chapter at UC Berkeley consists of over 100 active members who contribute 10,000 hours of

Alternative Breaks (Alt Breaks)

Alternative Breaks offers service-learning trips during academic breaks for UC Berkeley students to explore a social justice issue through education, reflection, and immersion into an impacted community.

American Red Cross at Cal (ARC)

American Red Cross at Cal is composed of passionate individuals dedicated to pursuing the mission of the Red Cross, which "... prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and ... donors."

Amnesty International (AI)

Founded in London in 1961, Amnesty International is a Nobel Prize-winning grassroots activist, research, and documentation organization with over 2.2 million members worldwide.


ANova is a UC Berkeley student organization dedicated to improving computer science education in under-resourced communities across the Bay Area. We offer in-class teaching assistance and afterschool computer science programs to our partnered schools.

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