Although the Service Program focuses on five issue areas, we provide support for on your own service in many other areas and students from other crews on campus provide leadership for regular service activities in those areas. Such as animal welfare, health, social justice, etc.
Last year we had weekly trips to Brother Wolf Animal Rescue and the Black Mountain Neurological treatment Center. Regular opportunities were available for training as an advocate for Our Voice Rape Crisis Program and many student engaged in regular service with Mission Hospital.
- Black Mountain Neuro-Medical Treatment Center trips every Tuesday from 7pm-9pm. Led by Deanna Dragan. Want to go? Email Deanna at firstname.lastname@example.org or just show up 5 minutes before 7 on Tuesdays in front of Service Program Office.
- Animal Compassion Network: Pet Harmony trips every Sunday from 2:00-5:00pm. Led by Isabel Harger. Show up in front of the Service Program Office if you would like to go on this service trip.
Community Partners- want more info or description? click on link.
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue
Animal Compassion Network
Black Mountain Neuro-Medical Treatment Center
Friends and Neighbors of Swannanoa
Full Moon Farm
American Red Cross
Systemic Changes through Policy & Advocacy
Finally, if you are unsure of where to start, think about your passions. What do you care most about? Are you involved with advocacy and policy work? Click the link below to see how you can build connections between your service and advocacy work.