Mason Service Corps Class: Community Partner Panel

March 31, 2014

For those of you who haven’t heard of it already, Mason Service Corps is a neat program we run here at the CLCE office. It’s a really great way to satisfy some experiential learning credits while also having a say in how you spend it. Here’s how it works: you pick what community organization you […]

Leadership: Value in standing up

February 6, 2013

When it comes to being a leader, one characteristic that is often associated with leadership is the ability to stand up against popular opinion in order to advance the rights of those oppressed. We have seen wonderful leaders who have fought for the rights of marginalized people everywhere. From Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., P!nk, Kate Chopin, these people […]

Effective Way of Creating Change: Yes or No?

October 17, 2012

I recently volunteered at the LAMB center here in Fairfax with my campus ministry group. If you haven’t heard of it, the LAMB center is a day shelter for people who are homeless or who have very low incomes. It provides breakfast, lunch, showers, laundry service, job search assistance, Bible study, and other services.   […]