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:

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