Making meaningful contribution to society through hands-on community service
Giving back to the community and society is a philosophy deeply ingrained in the Oakridge way of life. Our students, faculty and staff members never miss an opportunity to volunteer their resources and time to socialize. Our belief is that community service is learning by doing, experiencing, caring for members of the local and global community and demonstrating this by a personal commitment towards making a difference to the lives of others.
We want our students to grow up to be successful, purposeful members of society; to make meaningful contributions towards the development of the economically deprived strata of our society. Instead of taking the theoretical approach to service leadership, we look for opportunities for our students to engage in hands-on community service. Following are some of the activities that they engage in each term:
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