FAQs for Students

The Sage Project connects classes at San Diego State University with high-priority, high-need community projects. By enrolling in courses that participate in the Sage Project, you can get real-world experience outside of the classroom and provide meaningful service to the community, all while completing the units you need to get your degree.

  • No additional volunteer work: You get credit for working on real-world community-based projects that are already integrated into your class.
  • We connect with courses from a wide range of disciplines, including city planning, civil engineering, geography, graphic design, homeland security, marketing, public administration, public health, and many more!
  • By working closely with community partners, you can make professional contacts that can lead to professional opportunities, internships, and full-time jobs.
  • Build your resume: Develop skills that are directly translatable to the workforce and look great on your resume.
  • Check out the current list of courses that are participating each semester;
  • Talk to your professors about collaborating with the Sage project;
  • Contact us to find out how you can volunteer, do independent study, or apply for an internship!

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