Matadors Explore Volunteer Opportunities At Annual Cesar Chavez Service Fair

  • A-frame about Cesar Chavez Service Fair in front on Matador Bookstore lawn filled with people.

    The ninth annual Cesar Chavez Service Fair was held March 30 at the CSUN Matador Bookstore lawn. Photo by Patricia Carrillo.

  • Event attendees and tables with tents at the Matador Bookstore lawn.

    The annual Cesar Chavez Service Fair gave CSUN students an opportunity to meet local nonprofit organizations and explore volunteer opportunities. Photo by Patricia Carrillo.

  • Mariachi band on stage on the Matador Bookstore lawn.

    A mariachi band performed for attendees of the annual Cesar Chavez Service Fair at CSUN. Photo by Patricia Carrillo.

  • Attendees of the Cesar Chavez Service Fair watching live mariachi band and singer.

    Attendees of the Cesar Chavez Service Fair enjoyed live mariachi music on the CSUN Matador Bookstore lawn. Photo by Patricia Carrillo.

  • Event attendees and tables with tents at the Matador Bookstore lawn.

    Attendees of the annual Cesar Chavez Service Fair got a chance to explore volunteer opportunities while enjoying food and music. Photo by Patricia Carrillo.

  • Attendees of Cesar Chavez Service Day talking to representatives of non-profit organization.

    Several local nonprofit organizations visited the annual Cesar Chavez Service Fair to meet CSUN students volunteer opportunities and internships. Photo by Patricia Carrillo.

  • Attendees of Cesar Chavez Service Day talking to representatives of non-profit organization.

    The annual Cesar Chavez Service Fair gave CSUN students an opportunity to meet local nonprofit organizations and explore volunteer opportunities. Photo by Patricia Carrillo.

California State University, Northridge hosted the ninth annual Cesar Chavez Service Fair at the Matador Bookstore lawn on March 28. The annual event, organized by CSUN’s Unified We Serve, honors the late civil rights¬†leader by providing CSUN students a¬†chance to get involved in the community. Attendees got an opportunity to meet local nonprofit organizations and explore volunteer opportunities while enjoying food and live mariachi music.

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