When Mount students use their time and talents for the common good, they are able to develop new civic skills and impact the Greater Cincinnati region in significant ways. This year alone, over 150 students completed service learning experiences of at least 30 hours or more with over 51 unique community partners, totaling 4,620 hours-served, or $99,145.20-worth of in-kind service to the community.
Students also spent hundreds of hours of their free time volunteering with student clubs like Impact Cincinnati and Habitat for Humanity, which provided them the opportunity to become acquainted with their community and to stand in solidarity with the most vulnerable. University-wide service events like the Welcome Week Day of Service and the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service also united the Mount community in service, showing that when we work together towards a common goal, great things can be accomplished.
Join us for the inaugural
Celebration of Service Luncheon
as we celebrate the students, faculty members, and community partners
who worked together to impact our community during the 2015-2016 academic year.
Friday April 8, 2016
11:30am - 1:00pm
MSJU Theatre Lobby
Hosted by: the Career & Experiential Education Center’s service learning staff
Sponsored by: the Office of Ethical Leadership, and the Office of Mission & Ministry.
The Celebration of Service Luncheon will feature a keynote address by the coordinator for service learning, free lunch for all attendees, an awards portions, and a reflection session. Awards include:
• Outstanding Service Learning Faculty Member
• Outstanding Community Partner
• The SGA Leadership in Service Award
• The Sister Elizabeth Cashman Service Award
• The Dave Scharfenberger Community Service Award
To register for the Celebration of Service Luncheon, RSVP here. Please contact Keith Lanser, Coordinator for Service Learning, for more information on this event at email@example.com or (513)-244-4634.