USC Alumni Day of SCervice

March 10, 2018

Each year, thousands of Trojans gather across the globe to make a difference in their communities. The USC Alumni Day of SCervice is an opportunity for all alumni and friends to participate in local service volunteer projects organized by our USC alumni clubs, chapters and other affiliated groups worldwide.

Volunteer for a USC Alumni Day of SCervice project by finding a project below and signing up via the link.  Don’t see a service project near you? Host your own service project by filling out the Host a Project application.  Please note if a project does not have a link this means the project has reached capacity. Consider looking for another project in the area or consider hosting a project.

Thank you to our sponsors Magna Transportation Group and Informa Research Services for making this event possible. Use #SCervice to share your SCervice stories with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Fill out my online form.

Over 120 projects were completed worldwide at the 6th annual USC Alumni Day of SCervice. Check out our Storify feed for all 2017 projects.


USC Society of Trojan Women
The USC Society of Trojan Women spent the day prepping, cutting and chopping fresh produce at the nonprofit L.A. Kitchen, which reclaims local, healthy food that would otherwise be discarded, provides job training and feeds Los Angeles citizens.


The USC Alumni Club of Seattle constructed tent platforms and tiny house porches for the residents of Othello Village, one of the city’s sanctioned tent encampments for homeless individuals and families.


Members of the USC Alumni Club of Shanghai and friends participated in a 10K charity run to raise money for the Heart2Heart Foundation, which provides education for children in need.


Washington, D.C.
DC Trojans helped beautify one of the nation’s monuments by cleaning, weeding and mulching the grounds of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial.


Fill out my online form.
Photos from 2017 Day of SCervice