A Pathway to Service
October 22, 2011
The first critical element of service is community voice. All of the programs we offer through our office are meaningful because we take the time to listen to the needs of our community. This critical element is essential if we are to build bridges, make positive social change, and solve problems in our area.
As always, feel free to e-mail us at email@example.com if you have any questions, or
would like to get involved!
Spotlight: Livin' La Vida Lehigh
The Community Service Office is looking for volunteers for its annual middle school program, Livin' La Vida Lehigh. The program will take place on
Saturday, October 29th from 10:00 AM- 4:00PM. We will have a mandatory meeting at 9:30 AM on the day of the program and will need to stay for the
duration of the program. Volunteers will be teamed up with a middle school student as we walk around campus going to the bookstore, dining hall,
library, and other places on campus.
Are you interested in spending your Spring break doing something fun yet meaningful? Would you like to meet new people and travel outside of the Bethlehem
community to engage in service activities around the country? If so, you should consider applying for springSERVE 2011!
SERVE Info Sessions
We will be holding SERVE informational sessions to learn more about the program, the sites, and the application process. They will be held 10/25 at 7:10p in MG 113 and 10/26 at 5:30p in MG 260. Everyone is welcome to attend!
Upcoming Volunteer opportunities for you
Broughal Cooking Club
The Lehigh University Community Service Office is starting a new program at Broughal Middle School, and we want YOU to help out! Every Tuesday from 3:00-4:30, we're going to be teaching Broughal students about nutrition and the importance of making healthy food choices. So if you're interested in meeting some awesome kids and learning how to cook nutritious meals, you can sign up to volunteer any Tuesday starting November 1st. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to sign up!
We have a number of trips to Victory House Mens Shelter this semester. Trips generally last from 5-7pm and are a fun opportunity to exercise your creative culinary genius. The next trip will take place on 11/1 . To sign up now, e-mail email@example.com with the subject: Victory House because these trips fill up fast!
South Side Library Halloween Party
The South Side Library will be holding its Halloween Party on October 27th from 6:00-7:45. This is a great opportunity to volunteer and help out with the children. To sign up now e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: Library Trip
Feel Good Friday
Each Friday the Community Service Office takes a group of volunteers to an on or off campus site for a service event. Potential events include going to Abbe Hall to work with senior citizens or to Volunteers of America where volunteers spend their time with kids in the Lehigh Valley. Trips generally last from 3-5pm, and this month they will take place on April 1st. This is a great opportunity to volunteer and brighten someone elses day. To sign up now e-mail email@example.com with the subject: Feel Good Friday
Hunger and Homelessness T-Shirts
Over 90% of kids in South Bethlehem are on free & reduced school lunches. With the national poverty rate over 14%, hunger and homelessness are real
issues in not only our nation, but in our community. You have the power to change the social tragedies happening in your backyard.
$1,000 COE Equity & Community Initiative Grant
The College of Education (COE) Diversity Committee is currently accepting
grant proposals for the fall 2011 semester. COE students, faculty, and
staff are eligible for up to $1,000 to support projects that promote
diversity and equity throughout the campus and beyond. Non-COE students are
encouraged to collaborate and apply with current COE students.
PINK WEEK OCT. 24 to OCT. 28
Come out and show your support for our philanthropy during Pink Week! There are so many different events, and not to mention free stuff to give away!
Break the Silence Applications
The Women's Center's gender violence prevention peer education group, Break
the Silence, is currently accepting applications through October 31, 2011.
Applications can be found on the Women's Center website under Break the
Silence or at http://www.lehigh.edu/~inwnc/bts.html
The Vagina Monologues
As part of the global V-Day movement to end violence against women and girls, V-Day Lehigh will produce The Vagina Monologues as well as various education
events this year.
Northeast Ministry is a social service non-profit organization that has been serving the needs of individuals living in the public housing development
of Northeast Bethlehem for thirty years. Our primary focus is helping the children living in the Marvine Pembroke community reach their potential in
life and break the cycle of dependence. We offer an afterschool program and a seven week summer program for the children in the development.
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