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    University of Scranton students wishing to serve the community learned about volunteer opportunities at more than 50 area nonprofit organizations at the University’s annual Volunteer Fair. From left: University students Mason DiCesare, a first-year biology major on the premed track from Feasterville-Trevose, and Jordan Wagner, a first-year biology major on the premed track from Falls, meet with Donna Doherty of Traditional Home Health Care in Dunmore.

    Students Find Volunteer Opportunities at Fair

    University of Scranton students wishing to serve the community learned about volunteer opportunities at more than 50 area nonprofit organizations at the University’s annual Volunteer Fair. From left: University students Mason DiCesare, a first-year biology major on the premed track from Feasterville-Trevose, and Jordan Wagner, a first-year biology major on the premed track from Falls, meet with Donna Doherty of Traditional Home Health Care in Dunmore.
    September 29, 2022

    More than 50 non-profit organizations met with students at The University of Scranton’s annual Volunteer Fair held on campus Sept. 13.

    The fair allows students and student-led clubs interested in service projects and community-based learning sites a chance to meet representatives from nonprofit organizations in need of volunteers. Adopt a Boxer Rescue, Arc of NEPA, Big Brother Big Sister, Catholic Social Services, Friends of the Poor, Neighbor Works of NEPA, Taylor Community Library and the Gino Merli Veterans Center were among the participating organizations.

    The annual fair is organized by the University’s Center for Service and Social Justice.

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