A Pathway to Service
September 1, 2011
As the new year begins, the Community Service Office would like to welcome both the returning and new students. We are glad that all of you share our passion to serve, and throughout the year we hope to provide you with the best opportunities to volunteer. We have been busy planning a variety of activities for the semester, including soup kitchens, blood drives, Spooktacular, and many other service events. This newsletter is the primary way that the Community Service Office will inform you of upcoming events on the Lehigh campus and Bethlehem in the community, so keep an eye open for it each month. If you need assistance in scheduling or advertising for your own service event, send us any relevant information and we will be sure to help you out.
As always, feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, or
would like to get involved!
Spotlight: America Reads/Counts Work Study
Through this program, Lehigh student volunteers and work study employees have the unique opportunity to work with elementary and middle school students
in South Bethlehem at one of three after school Homework Clubs or as in school tutors depending on preference and availability.
Upcoming Volunteer opportunities for you
Pacing Break SERVE
This year's pacingbreakSERVE will focus on issues of food accessibility, poverty, and homelessness in our nation's capital. Whether participants are delivering
food to those with HIV/AIDS with Food & Friends, sorting donations at the Capital Area Food Bank, or providing assistance to the poor and homeless with SOME,
this trip will give participants a broad overview of issues that are relevant not only in the Washington, DC area, but in our community. Applications are due
on September 14th.
Bethlehem Youth Medical Reserve Corps
As a student in the Medical Reserve Corps you will assist and collaborate with existing community and public health agencies to effectively use our vital
community and medical resources in response to a major natural or manmade disaster.
Volunteers Needed for Hospice Facility
Arcadia Hospice provides hospice care to patients in Northampton and Lehigh County. The students would be able to visit with patients in either nursing homes or assisted living facilities. Arcadia Hospice has been working with other colleges in the area and the experience that the students have been receiving is remarkable, not to mention the relationships that have developed between the volunteers and the patients.
For more information contact Aimee Galicki the volunteer coordinator at email@example.com or call her at 610-336-8000
Communities In Schools
Communities In Schools is currently accepting resumes for the following position:
Charity Frisbee Tournament
Phi Sigma Pi National Honors Fraternity will be hosting a charity Frisbee tournament on Sunday Sept. 11 from 1:00-4:00pm on the STEPS lawn. The
tournament will be benefiting Turning Point of Lehigh Valley which is an organization that works toward the elimination of domestic violence; increase
community awareness of the problem; and empower victims of domestic violence by providing shelter and support services.
Stoneleigh Fellowship Opportunity
We are seeking fresh ideas for fellowships concentrating on three particular areas as they relate to the needs of young people in—or at risk of involvement in—the child welfare and juvenile justice systems :
Looking for Bands for "Rock for Japan"
The Black Student Union is looking for bands to play in their "Rock for Japan" Benefit Concert at the end of this month. If interested, please contact Wonu Owoseni via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mark the subject "Rock for Japan bands."
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