Students of the Isenberg Citizens First program are expected to give back to their community through individual community service as well as events put on by the Citizens First group or organization partners. Some of these events include the annual Hot Chocolate Run for Safe Passage in Northampton, the Isenberg Dodgeball Tournament that raises money for cancer research, and service activities like picking up trash around campus. ICF also partners with clubs in Isenberg to host guest speakers and events.
Isenberg Citizens First, Dean Fuller, and Dean Shea, along with other Isenberg faculty and staff members, raised almost $4000 to support Safe Passage, who provide services for victims of domestic abuse.
Isenberg Citizens First and the Jewish Leaders in Business hosted Roger Fine, Retired Johnson & Johnson Senior Executive. He present a talk about "The Paradox of Business - The Power of Putting People Before Profits"
A group of Isenberg students, faculty, and staff, organized by the Isenberg Citizens First program, participated in the annual Hot Chocolate Run for Safe Passage in Northampton, MA. Team Isenberg raised money for the charity by gathering pledges for the 5k race.