Working together for a better world
At the PKG Center, we help you to connect with a wide variety of public service projects in local, national, and global communities. We also provide guidance—and often funding—for your project. Our mission is to get you out there, working side-by-side with like-minded collaborators to help build—in large ways and small—more humane communities. You contribute your skills and your knowledge, your energy and your spirit, your creativity and your ingenuity to improve the way the world works, one project at a time.
What's next for the PKG Center?
Check out our new Strategic Plan and find out how we're building new partnerships to make your public service opportunities better than ever.
Students in service
The mere idea of getting my thoughts across to people who speak a language I do not understand, is nothing less than an adventure for me.Read more about Noopur's experience here
I wanted to do public service work because it helps me influence the local culture in an impactful way.Read more about Kliment's service story
Read more about Ike's service story
I wasn't sure if I would be able to do any public service as an MIT student, but through the Priscilla King Gray Service Center I was immediately able to become a tutor.
Noopur Ranganathan, ’21
Kliment Serafimov, Computer Science
Ike Urquhart '20
Jiwon Victoria Park ’17 (Chemistry)