Community service-learning engages you in a real work experience. You will have the opportunity to enrich your undergraduate learning experience through in-depth exposure to complex societal issues. It can teach you about civic responsibility and allows you to have a meaningful impact in the community and in our society. Service locations may include community service agencies, non-profit organizations, educational institutions or health care settings. 

For more information contact:
Leadership & Community Service-Learning
1110 Adele H. Stamp Student Union
http://thestamp.umd.edu/leadership_community_service-learning/service_opportunities
A sample of opportunities include:

ESOL Conversation Program - This program aims to assist both international students and community members who wish to improve their English conversation skills in a small group and/or one-on-one setting. Participants engage in conversations focused on cultures, current events and other topics of interest. Through interactive and authentic discussions, the ESOL participants improve their English fluency, pronunciation, and have a better understanding of common English usage while the volunteers garner experience in teaching and working with diverse student population.
http://umdesol.weebly.com/

Academic Coursework 
Many colleges or departments offer courses with a substantial service-
learning component. Contact your academic advisor for more information.

13,125

hours of direct community service hours completed by students on the 2015 Alternative Break programs