The most important things for adcom are not community services. Rather, demonstrating your potential for your stated goals.
1) Evidence of achievement. Achievements need to be significant either by the hurdles you had to overcome or by the net result.
2) Evidence of intellect. This is demonstrated partly through GMAT and previous academic record. In addition, a sophisticated level of analysis and a subtle and nuanced approach to intellectual problems in the workplace.
3) Evidence of character. Specifically:
a) Team orientation
b) Leadership potential
d) Cultural sensitivity and awareness
e) Drive and ambition
f) Authenticity and Integrity
So the community services address the third aspect "evidence of character" in particular. If you can cite powerful experiences you have had in other aspects of your life outside of work and study, your application can be very convincing as well.
In short, find what makes you stand out, not merely following others' paths.
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