All MSC Members Serve
If you’re into service then you are in the right place. All MSC members are volunteers, which means all MSC members serve by contributing their time and their effort to enriching the campus experience for all Aggies. In general, MSC programs serve Texas A&M students by providing access to arts and entertainment, cultural awareness, public affairs, international internships, and leadership development programs.
Some MSC committees conduct the types of service projects that embody Texas A&M’s core value of selfless service. MSC FISH and MSC Hospitality make service the focus of their programs. FISH members take great pride in collectively logging thousands of service hours each year, and Hospitality members take their mission as “the official host committee of Texas A&M University” seriously. They can be found hosting tours and at a variety of campus events.
Other committees such as MSC FLI, MSC LEAD, and MSC ALOT harness the talents of their members to find ways to serve the campus and the greater community. The MSC Jordan Institute offers students, particularly in the School of Public Health, the opportunity to work on international service projects. Delegates at the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference and the Spencer Leadership Conference participate in service projects in their host cities as part of their leadership learning.
You Can Participate
Some MSC service projects are for members only, but we also have plenty of service projects in which we ask the public for help. Keep an eye open for projects such as Whoop! for Troops, Kyle Field Day, Angel Tree and Life Cycles. These programs depend on donations from Aggies and other members of the public.
If you want to make service part of your life, then Aggie Vision might be the program for you. Participants in Aggie Vision listen to speakers from the non-profit world talk about careers in service, then they spend a few hours visiting a local non-profit organization.