Students of Service
Get Involved through Campus Ministry's Center for Social Concern
If you keep up with the news, it's easy to get cynical and try to hide from the world. Faith calls us to the opposite response: hope and action. Feed the hungry. Shelter the homeless. Care for the sick. Tutor the kids who need help. Protect the vulnerable. Care for God's creation. Learn more about social problems. Lobby political and economic leaders to make positive changes. You can answer your call by getting involved in the upcoming CSC opportunities listed below or in the blue box to the left.
Latest News and Events
Volunteer in Appalachia this summer!
Christian Appalachian Project, a non-profit oragnization serving people in need in eastern Kentucky, is seeking volunteers to serve as counselors, lifeguards, arts & crafts instructors, and office helpers for two summer camps serving children from low-income families. Volunteers serve 3-8 weeks and room and board is provided. An AmeriCorps Education Award of $1,175 is available for individuals who are accepted for a commitment of 7-8 weeks. Summer Camp season is June 9 - August 1. For more information and an application visit www.christianapp.org/vol.Top
End of Year Move-Out: Collection/Recycling Drive
April 30- May 5
Join us in re-using, recycling, and/or donating everything you no longer want! Look for bins in residence halls and information in the neighborhood! We could also use YOUR HELP to collect & sort non-perishable food, clothing, school supplies, & small household items to be donated to UDSAP, St. Vincent de Paul, and Catholic Social Services Refugee Resettlement. To volunteer, contact Bro. Brandon Paluch, SM at firstname.lastname@example.org , stop by Liberty Hall 107, or call 937-229-2516.Top
UDI 383: Hunger and Homelessness Minicourse
Be a leader for Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Register for the Hunger and Homelessness Mini Course UDI 383.
Students who register for this class will have the opportunity to educate the UD community on issues of hunger and homelessness and encourage people to take action on hunger and homelessness. Students who take this class will lead in the planning for Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week and will help plan and develop service projects, reflection opportunities, advocacy events and will help with the fundraising and planning of the Thanksgiving Food Baskets. The class will meet once a week on Wednesday nights from 8:00pm-9:30pm at Liberty Hall room 01.
For more information about this mini course contact Claudia Guzman at email@example.com.Top
Campus Ministry Calendar
Here's what's coming up in all of Campus Ministry, including the service and justice programs sponsored by the Center for Social Concern.Top