Workship: A Tradition of Service Since 1968
Workship is a distinctive community service program that responds to human needs with Christ-like action in the community and the world. Through community service, students can discern their vocation and develop a life-long habit of servant leadership.
To date, Palm Beach Atlantic students have volunteered more than 2.9 million hours.
Whether you want to help repair communities damaged by natural disasters or do arts and crafts with children from low-income homes, you’ll quickly discover that you gain far more from Workship than you give. View video of PBA Workship's recent collaboration with Feeding Children Everywhere.
Our students volunteer at nonprofit agencies, churches and schools such as:
- Urban Youth Impact
- Norton Museum of Art
- Lourdes Noreen McKeen Nursing Home
- The City of West Palm Beach
- Rosemary After-School Program
Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service 2016
Make Martin Luther King Jr. Day a "Day On, Not a Day Off!" -- The PBA tradition of serving the community in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan. 18. The Workship Office would like to invite you, your friends and family to participate in this day of service. Please sign up by clicking here to volunteer at one of the project sites.
Use the hashtag #PBA3million to share your Workship experience with your friends!
Click here for more information about the 2016 Day of Service (including waivers, detailed sign-up information and more).
To find out more information about Workship, your accumulated Workship hours, upcoming projects and more, email the Workship Office or call (561) 803-2580.
In the Community
Read about a recent makeover project, including painting a large mural, at The Lord's Place Family Campus.
Students looking for Workship opportunities can visit the calendar here.
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Presidential Honor Roll Certificate
The President’s 2014 Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll recognized Palm Beach Atlantic University's Workship program. The President's Honor Roll annually recognizes colleges and universities that actively serve and help solve issues within their communities by placing students on a path to continual community engagement. The President's Honor Roll recognizes higher education institutions in General Community Service, Interfaith Community Service, Economic Opportunity and Education.