Community Service Kick-off at Convocation for Philabundance

Updated logo.jpgThe Honors Program, Office of Student Affairs, and the Laboratory for Civic Engagement are coming together to organize the first-ever volunteer activity for our incoming first-year students.  On Convocation Day, August 18, all new students (and faculty and staff) are asked to bring to campus a box of their favorite breakfast cereal to be donated to Philabundance.  Breakfast cereal is one of the most needed and most highly-demanded items from the 500 agencies across the Delaware Valley that Philabundance serves.

The Community Service Kick-off is to allow our newest students to participate in a service activity their first day on campus, before classes even begin.  We want students to know that Penn State Brandywine is committed to its land-grant mission of serving the people of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and around the globe.  Let's show Philabundance that we have Penn State Pride in our volunteering activities now and throughout the year!




Click here to visit the slide set and meet some of the campus faculty and staff!


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