Druker Office of Community Engagement

USM LAC students, faculty, and staff participate in Husky Day of Service with long time community partner, Good Shepherd Food Bank and USM alumni Beth Tatro on Friday, April 17th.
Early Childhood student at community partner, Sandcastle Clinical and Educational Services, participating in public art project as part of the Building Castles Together project.
Community Engagement Art
USM's Professors Mary Anne Peabody and Michelle Vazquez Jacobus, Lyn Philbrick, and President Theodora Kalikow pictured with MCC Heart and Soul Award winner Tonya Bailey-Curry
The LAC Student Resource Hub is available to all students, and is intended to help our population, to have access to meals and non-perishable items at no cost to individuals.
LAC students, Fahmo Ahmed (left) and Alyssa Emerson (right) celebrate Tree Street Youth's Open House with program Director, Julia Sleeper.
LAC's Kara Beaule (left) and Alyssa Emerson (right) greeted community members at the Business to Business trade show on June 18, 2015.
Public Artist Christina Bechstein teaches children at Sandcastle Clinical and Educational Services as part of the Building Castles Together community engagement project
Public Artist Christina Bechstein teaches children at Sandcastle Clinical and Educational Services as part of the Building Castles Together community engagement project
LAC's Tonya Bailey Curry (left) and Mary Anne Peabody (right) pictured with Beth Tatro, accepting the Outstanding Community Partner of the Year award on May 26, 2015
NAMI Maine's Cheryl Ramsay and Christopher Carr (center) accept the award for Outstanding Partner of the Year on May 26th, 2015.
Singing group entertaining their guests during the Tree Street Open House on November 14, 2013.
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The Druker Office of Community Engagement, located in USM's Lewiston-Auburn campus, sets a unique standard as a student-faculty collaboratively led office coordinating LAC's multi-tiered community engagement work.

News & Events

Safe Voices is the domestic violence resource center in Androscoggin, Franklin and Oxford Counties. It is currently seeking local volunteers to help staff its 24-hour free and confidential helpline here in Franklin County.
Students at Good Shepherd
Students and staff members from the University of Southern Maine's Lewiston-Auburn College collaborated with long time community partner Good Shepherd Food Bank for Husky Service Day.
August 31, 2015
10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Advocates For Children
September 8, 2015
5:30 PM
CMCC campus (Auburn)
October 8, 2015
5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Advocates For Children

Civil Rights Event

Bringing It Home: Civil Rights, December 10, 2013.

Today's Hours

Sunday: Please call the office @ 753-6547