Service Learning


service learning

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TurnOut works with high schools and colleges around the Bay Area to help them complement their classroom studies with service learning experiences outside the classroom. 

LGBTQ-focused nonprofits across the Bay Area are working on the front-lines of initiatives focused on human rights, health equity, prison reform, immigration and many other issues that disproportionately affect our communities. By doing service with these organizations, students gain an opportunity for first-hand knowledge and experience working on timely real-world issues in direct collaboration with the activists who are leading their fields. Express interest below!

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queer spring break

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TurnOut’s Queer Spring Break program gives college students an opportunity to spend their Spring Break learning about the Bay Area’s LGBTQ+ history, doing service at LGBTQ+ organizations, and meeting with LGBTQ+ activists working at the cutting edge of the Bay Area’s most challenging current LGBTQ+ social justice issues.

The program takes place over the course of one week in March, and it is open to students from any college or university.

Students can express interest in the program by filling out the form below and we will be in touch!

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