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Saint Rose Reached Out – So What Now?

If you were one of the nearly 900 volunteers that participated in the 20th Reach Out Saint Rose on September 12th, congratulations! You just made an impact on the Capital Region, represented the Saint Rose community, and made the Office of Spiritual Life staff very happy people! This year’s Reach Out Saint Rose was a record-breaking year, and an amazing…

One more week

Hi everyone! My name’s Aideen Hanlon and I am the student leader for the international service trip to Guatemala. I am a senior Communication Sciences and Disorders major, with a Spanish minor. I was fortunate enough to be able to participate in this trip to Guatemala last May and I loved it so much, I had to return. We have…

Tips for Peace Corps Application From Dogeli Rojas ’15

Following up Dogeli’s first post – here are 9 tips about about applying for Peace Corps volunteer opportunities.  Many of these tips can be applied to any job search! Apply at least 9-12 months before your desired departure date Consider giving yourself at least a month or two after graduation to get everything together When deciding where you would like…

Dogeli Rojas ’15 – Applying to the Peace Corps

Dogeli Rojas, Senior, Psychology major tells us about her process applying to serve as a Peace Corps volunteer after graduation! One of the most intimidating questions anyone could ask a student that is about to graduate is, “What are your plans for after graduation?” The fortunate ones have already found jobs, others will continue to further their education, and the rest fall…

The Office of Community Service: 100 Knights of Service

The Office of Community Serve hosted the 100 Knights of Service last month which hosted a variety of service opportunities while promoting our community service club, “Knights of Service”. Our goal was to have 100 St. Rose students volunteer during the first month of school. Last week volunteers went down to the First Lutheran Church to help serve a community ziti…