Community-Academic Partners in Service (CAPS)
Community-Academic Partners in Service (CAPS) serves as the on-campus hub for connecting LLU students and staff to local service opportunities. We’re committed to collaborating with the San Bernardino community in mutually beneficial ways. With outreach opportunities that range from one-time events to weekly commitments, you’re sure to find a service opportunity that fits into your schedule and interests. Check us out! We look forward to serving and learning alongside you.
CAPS provides opportunities for the whole family to learn through the La Escuelita Family Resource Center. While kids receive tutoring lessons, parents can take part in English as a Second Language Classes, all offered at no cost.
Calling all local high school students: registration for the summer Gateway to the Health Professions program is now open. Click here for more information.
This May, our TIGERS Water-Safety program will be starting! Enroll your child now or volunteer to be a part of this special event geared to helping others learn to swim and stay safe around water environments. The program runs for four weeks on Sunday afterrnoons from 4 - 6 pm with thirty minute sessions for children ages 4-12 years old. Volunteers are also needed during this opportunity to assist in pool deck assistance, gate check-in, and swimming lessons.
To enroll your child, download the online application in English or Spanish and submit it online at firstname.lastname@example.org, through fax, or in-person at our office by Monday, April 25th or until we reach capacity.
To volunteer, click here for more information.
Think you don’t have time to volunteer? See how two Loma Linda University students found time in their busy schedules to volunteer with our Goal 4 Health Soccer Program.