Lasallian Immersion & Volunteer Experience
g]from want, for I have learned to be [h]content in whatever circumstances I am. 12 I know how to get along with...Read More »
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This spring break, I had the distinct honor and pleasure of participating in Project Appalachia restoring homes with an organization called COAP. Through this experience, I have learned a lot about my self and other people around the world. My fellow volunteers...Read More »
I’ll be the first to admit that doing community service brings me out of my comfort zone. Each time I sign up for a new service activity, I feel slightly anxious because I never fully know what to expect. But it’s that...Read More »
The fraternity brothers of Sigma Phi Lambda had a great day helping out the folks of Our Lady of Hope Church!...Read More »
Here at La Salle I have been lucky enough to become involved in many service groups and activities on campus. Through the service that I do in Philadelphia every day I feel a sense of belonging to this community. I think that...Read More »
One of the forms of service at La Salle that I applied myself was Aids Out Reach. Being able to go to a home, with a bunch of loving people would make my Thursday nights. What I have learned about that home,...Read More »
Before coming to La Salle, I would have told you that service made me feel good. I would have said things along the lines of, “Helping people is important” and “I get more out of it than the people that I’m serving.”...Read More »
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To me the word service means to serve someone who is in need. Because of that I usually try to help those in need as much as I can. I also help because of my personal background; if people had not stepped...Read More »
We welcome you here to share a reflection of your experiences doing community service while a student at La Salle University. Whether you have gone on a service trip, served in one of our FOCUS Philly programs, taken part in service learning, or done any kind of service at all, we want to hear about your experiences.We will share your experiences on this website to be viewed by the La Salle community and others who want to learn what it means to serve and what it means to be a Lasallian. Once your reflection is approved, it will be posted on this website.
We encourage you to provide a picture of yourself along with your reflection, although it is not necessary.
We thank you in advance for sharing your experiences so others may enjoy and learn about why service is such a big part of our community.