UNCG Spartans in Dialogue
Interested in meeting new people on campus? Do you want to enhance your skills as a student leader? Would you like to promote diversity and inclusion on campus? Do you want to develop job-focused skills for the future? Spartans-In-Dialogue is a 5-week interactive dialogue experience designed to build relationships across differences and explore topics related to racial identity, race relations, and intersectionality. As a participant, you will learn more about yourself and understand others who are different than you while practicing dialogue skills to communicate effectively about difficult topics. You will learn communication, group dynamics, and diversity skills you can document on the co-curricular transcript to help you with employment, graduate, and professional schools. Sign up to participate through this link.
Piedmont Environmental Alliance (P.E.A.)
Do you care about climate change? Piedmont Environmental Alliance (P.E.A.) is looking for individuals who are passionate about the environment, enjoy public speaking and are interested in teaching the next generation about climate change. Join Piedmont Environmental Alliance (P.E.A.) in bringing awareness and environmental action to Title I classrooms in Forysth county.They’re looking for volunteers with availability during school hours to serve as educators for the fall and spring semesters. Training is provided and no experience is necessary. For more information, visit their website at: www.peanc.org or e-mail Desiree at firstname.lastname@example.org and Annie at email@example.com.
Camp HOPE Summer Volunteer Opportunity - August 9-14, 2020
The Guilford County Family Justice Center is recruiting for a unique summer volunteer opportunity for students ages 16-24 - the application is now open for Volunteer Camp HOPE Counselors for the week of August 9-14, 2020 in Greensboro. Camp HOPE is a camping and mentoring program especially designed for children impacted by violence and abuse. Camp HOPE America exists to change the destinies of youth exposed to domestic violence related trauma and involves team building, evidence-informed programming, high adventure, and challenge-by-choice activities. Camp HOPE Counselor volunteers serve as mentors, playmates, and leaders who create a pathway to hope for children ages 7–12 who have experienced domestic violence, and are invaluable to the success of the program and the fun and growth experienced by campers. Camp is a great opportunity for students to gain hands-on experience working with children from all backgrounds in a structured and trauma-informed environment where everyone is invited to learn, grow, and most of all, have fun. Interested applicants can find the online application here: https://forms.gle/gnj7rxwaKDrckPC29. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis with interviews beginning in late January. For more information please visit: http://www.myguilford.com/family-justice-center/camp-hope/ or be in touch with questions: campHOPE@guilfordcountync.gov.
Coming in 2021 | Catholic Conference Center in Hickory, NC
GIVE YOUR HEART AWAY
Join college students from across the Diocese for a weekend of service, fellowship, food and reflection as we learn about Catholic Social Teaching. Registration is $50 payable to "Catholic Campus Ministry". Ask us about scholarships.
Those who act justly will live in the presence of God (Psalm 15). We work to provide students opportunities to learn about justice issues and how Catholic Social Teaching impacts our understanding of these issues. Armed with this knowledge we promote service projects related to these issues.