Education is a life-long process that doesn't end with formal schooling. I volunteer at LearnXYZ as a content coordinator, figuring out what video content is best learned visually through short videos. If you have come across a video on YouTube that you found particularly useful, feel free to create an account or send it to me and I can add it on your behalf.
I really enjoyed my time at UC Berkeley. Having grown up in suburbia, I appreciated the urban culture and diversity of the campus. I try to help out with south bay activities when possible, particularly with scholarship interviews. (UC San Diego also has an excellent campus, but it has a more suburban feel.)
Eveyday life can be complex and stressful, and it's easy to get caught up in the madness if you're not careful. For a while, I've been using a Zen method of philosophy to manage it, but I've only recently explored it formally. I try to regularly frequent Kannon Do Zen Meditation Center to "cool off" and regain focus. They have a friendly and diverse sangha and are more oriented toward Zen principles in modern life (as opposed to being a monk).
I was formerly a volunteer at the El Camino Hospital Auxiliary where I supervised high school students with their volunteer tasks. Too be honest though, I had a fantastic set of students from local high schools that really didn't need supervision. I also helped organize a mystery shopper scenario to evaluate the service quality of volunteers, and I'm glad to report that most of the high school volunteers received very high marks.