The community service program offers students a chance to learn and grow by contributing their time and talents to a variety of service projects. A great service experience should be both challenging and enjoyable, taking students out of their comfort zones, while empowering them to take action.
Besides having community clubs that are internationally known, such as Habitat for Humanity and Roots and Shoots, most of AISG's community service groups are student-initiated. They exist because a few students saw a need and developed a way to address that need. The English Connection, a group that engages in English conversation with university students once a week, and Migrant Link, which organizes games and activities for the children of migrant workers, are examples of AISG designed and nurtured community service groups.