Service-related Clubs and Organizations
Human Rights Awareness (HRA) is a student-led advocacy coalition that brings attention to local and international justice issues to generate a desire for change among the student body. Human Rights Awareness works with campus and community groups to shed light on many human right issues around the world. HRA accomplishes its mission by hosting human rights centered chapels, panel discussions, dinners and other events. Our programming allows students to engage in social justice through the context of their personal faith and provide them with practical ways to take action.
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Service Opportunity Leaders provides numerous opportunities for students to engage in consistent service-learning with local community partners, helping to fulfill community needs and facilitating student learning and growth.
Each semester, Local Outreach coordinates teams of student volunteers to serve alongside community partners. We offer a wide range of service opportunities, including service with the homeless population, individuals with special needs, children and youth, ESL programs, the elderly and urban gardening. Each team is led by a trained Local Service Leader who communicates with the Community Partner and student volunteers, provides transportation, and facilitates reflection to foster personal growth and learning.
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The Agapé Center Service Trips Team works with a variety of community partners to coordinate domestic and international service trips during academic breaks. Through service, we hope students will experience enriching and challenging growth, which will help to foster learning of oneself, of the needs of others and of the role that service plays in society through a lens of Christian faith.
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