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Student Volunteer Highlights

Incoming Student-Athletes Volunteer to Benefit Island Harvest

On July 26th, 2017, incoming student-athletes from the Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball and Football teams volunteered to benefit a local food bank, Island Harvest. The student-athletes volunteered at Mosaic Farm located in Brentwood. Mosaic Farms is a farm that was established for autistic young adults to learn job skills. The food grown at Mosaic Farms goes to Island Harvest, where it can then be distributed to the local community. 


Incoming Student Athletes Volunteer

Pi Lambda Phi Helps With Local Beach Cleanup

Eleven members of Pi Lambda Phi teamed up with the Riverhead Foundation for their monthly beach cleanup. Volunteers spent two hours cleaning up Cedar Beach located in Mt. Sinai. 

Pi Lambda Phi - Riverhead Foundation Beach Cleanup


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If you are part of a student group, volunteer with an amazing nonprofit organization, or know of someone who deserves recognition for their community service efforts, please contact with a photo and description of your volunteer work. We at Stony Brook Serves are committed to recognizing the SBU community members who volunteer their time and efforts to bring about social change, and to improving the lives of our community members. 

SB Serves Archive

The Career Center's archived community service publication  Stony Brook Serves was dedicated to recognizing Stony Brook students, faculty, and staff who engage in community service activities individually, in a student group, or through outside internships or employment. In past issues, we have recognized the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS), the PAR FORE mentoring program, the Chinese Association at Stony Brook (CASB), Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Alternative Spring Break Outreach (ASBO), and many others. The Career Center has produced SB Serves for four years, aided by a team of extremely talented Stony Brook students who both write and plan the publication.