Congratulations to Christine Angiuoli on being selected for our latest Service Spotlight!
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New participants are always welcome!
The Office of Community Outreach has a variety of Weekly Service Programs scheduled for 2015-2016. They are a pretty easy way to get involved serving the community because OCO's Program Coordinator's have relationships with staff at the organizations we serve and will show volunteers the ropes when they are first getting started. They also provide transportation to our off-campus programs.
These programs allow volunteers to start serving at any point in the semester and do not require a weekly commitment so you can come when you can!
Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities
Garden Valley Hunger Center- NEW in Fall 2015!!!
St. Pat's (hot meal site)
These programs ask volunteers to commit to coming on a weekly basis for a semester or a year.
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Boys and Girls Club of Greater Cleveland
West Side Catholic Center's Women's and Children's Shelter
Christine Angiuoli (pictured above on the right) is a junior, healthcare management major who participates in Big Brothers Big Sisters each week. According to her nominators, she has gone above and beyond to find meaningful ways to connect with her "Little."
When asked why she chooses to volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters each week, Christine said, "I have been fortunate enough to have many role-models growing up who cared about and guided me during a time when I needed it most. Being a Youth Mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters has given me the opportunity to offer guidance and friendship to my Little Sister, who has grown very near and dear to my heart. This organization has given me the opportunity to not only volunteer with our youth but the privilege to form friendships with a fun, uniquely talented and passionate group of youth and fellow mentors."
Congrats, Christine! Thank you for your dedication.