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    Blake Schultz, an accounting major from Dunmore, was among the members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2026 who participated in FIRST (Freshmen Involved in Reflective Service Together), a reflective service immersion program at Scranton. Pictured is Schultz playing catch with children at the Belleview Center in West Scranton.

    FIRST Members of Class of 2026 Arrive

    Blake Schultz, an accounting major from Dunmore, was among the members of The University of Scranton’s class of 2026 who participated in FIRST (Freshmen Involved in Reflective Service Together), a reflective service immersion program at Scranton. Pictured is Schultz playing catch with children at the Belleview Center in West Scranton.
    August 30, 2022

    Forty-two members of The University of Scranton’s Class of 2026 arrived on campus on Aug. 22 to participate in FIRST (Freshmen Involved in Reflective Service Together), a reflective service immersion program at Scranton.

    The students spent the week volunteering at area nonprofit organizations during the day and reflecting on their service experiences and getting to know each other in the evenings spent at the University’s Conference and Retreat Center at Chapman Lake.

    Students volunteered with Neighborworks, the Belleview Center, Telespond and Friends of the Poor. FOX-56 News interviewed students participating in FIRST at the Friends of the Poor warehouse in south Scranton.

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