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At NAC, we believe in personal/professional development through community service. Our changemakers engage in chapter service projects that create a lasting impact in their communities and provide a teaching lab for concepts such as networking, people management, effective communication, and much more. 

NAC chapters follow a simple service philosophy:

BIG ideas, BIG impact. 

AREAS OF FOCUS

Developmental • Community-Specific • Collaborative

 
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Mental Health

Our mental health plays a huge role in our lives both in a personal and community level. We're committed to helping develop a positive school environment and promote good coping habits.

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Need 

Insecurities

Food insecurity and lacking access to necessities such as hygiene products exist in every community. We're working to address it in our areas.

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Environmental

Earth is our home and it's in trouble; from rising sea levels to climate change, we face many challenges. We are committed to promoting sustainability and encourage environmental restoration projects,

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Lifestyle

Leading an active and healthy lifestyle is a great way of staying energized and reducing stress amongst other health risks. We aim to promote basic eating and exercise habits.

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3000+

Service hours performed by NAC members nationwide

Community Service Programs

Tap to learn about each national service program & its benefits!

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IMPACT

Make a big

Consult with your local chapter about service opportunities. 

 

Impact Philosophy 

Developmental

Community service should be developmental both for our members and for their communities. Our changemakers grow their skillsets and enrich their life experience through service in programs that help grow their communities' awareness or access.

Community-Specific

Community service should be community-specific to the surrounding area in which it is performed. No one knows a community better than its own members, so all service projects should be rooted in community needs. 

Collaborative

Community service should be a collaborative experience. Wether it is with another school club, with an external organization,  or even amongst chapter members.