Each year, CUA graduates go on to give their time, life, and most importantly their love to those who are in need. Students commit 1-2 years of volunteer service in various cities across the country and in the world. Please read some stories from our alumni who have shared their experiences.
The Campus Ministry Office hosts the annual Long Term Service Fair in addition to various workshops throughout the year. The Fair has had over 50 service (domestic and international) organizations represented! Students who are interested in learning more about long-term service are encouraged to attend these events or are welcome to visit the Campus Ministry Office to explore their options.
Fall Long Term Service Workshops
Answer those post-graduation questions. Do I want to do long term service? How do I choose an organization? What is it like to volunteer? Learn how to best take advantage of the Long Term Service Fair. Specific dates and times will be posted soon.
November 5 - Long Term Service Fair
Come and learn more about long term service opportunities. Meet different domestic and international service organizations you could participate in after graduation. The event is from 4-7pm in Pryz Great Room.
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Interested in hosting a Long Term Service Workshop for your group? Email: email@example.com
A Year with Amigos
- The Reunion
I was riding in the back of one of the pick-up trucks (one of my favorite things about living in Honduras) with the other volunteers returning from our vacation weekend when Levin spotted us. He sprinted up to the side of the car with his g...
- Falling in love
"'It has done me good,' said the fox, 'because of the color of the wheat fields.'"The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-ExupéryThis week I fell in love with Rana. It took me by surprise one day, like noticing the lateness of the hour; like th...
- Harvest Day
The corn was thick in the air as we walked up to Amigos' maize field. Like a display of fireworks, the ears hit their peak and gradually descended, each at a different moment.It was harvesting day for Amigos' maize (corn) and all the jovene...
- A Day in the Life (Part 2)
We left off at 2:10, the end of the school day. Usually I need a rest after the end of a school day so I try to come home for awhile to take a break. I go back to the volunteer house and drink some coca-cola (I've become a total addict here...