There are several great service opportunities coordinated by students working with the MAS office. Work alongside your peers in serving locally in the city of Azusa through a variety of programs, travel to downtown Los Angeles to help the less fortunate, or build relationships with seniors through an adult ministry.
There are several opportunities through MAS to engage in local and global issues related to the biblically based values of reconciliation, justice, compassion, and stewardship. Interactive programs like Justice Week, Domestic Short-term Service Teams, and L.A. 101 equip students to respond to the world around them.
City Links helps first-year students build relationships with one another and introduces them to our local community. Together, students and community members take action to promote a common care for our neighborhoods.
Azusa Scholars Program
Each year, five Azusa Unified School District (AUSD) graduates are awarded the Celebrate Azusa Citizen/Nancy Moore Scholarship with an additional two given to Citrus College transfer students who also graduated from AUSD. This scholarship honors the community service and academic achievement of each student and also encourages continued involvement in the city of Azusa.
Campus and community partnerships add to the great opportunities housed directly in the MAS office. These intentional collaborations provide new and diverse opportunities to service and connect with the local and global community.