“We must challenge ourselves – to go Into the Streets, not just for a day, but for a lifetime”
About Into the Streets
Into the Streets (ITS) is a student-led program inviting other students to go outside the walls of Stonehill and “into the streets” of our local community, to see different cultures, to meet those who struggle in society, and to help those in need (ITS Manual, 3).
ITS at Stonehill
Into the Streets is Stonehill's largest community service organization on campus. In the past few years, over 800 students participated in service on and off campus, consistently contributing over 90,000 hours to the community.
Inspired by the enduring values of a Holy Cross Education, Into the Streets offers the Stonehill Community opportunities for meaningful service experiences that challenge and teach them to be agents of social change committed to the creation of a just and compassionate world.
Meet our ITS Student Coordinators!
Our Into the Streets coordinators will connect you with our community partners to ensure that you have a fruitful experience engaging with the community! To learn more about our community partners, please contact one of our coordinators:
Matt Farrenkopf and Mariah Ertel: ITS Interns-- They will be able to direct you to one-time service opportunities and to other community partners with whom Stonehill has relationships.
Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts: Richard McDonough
Best Buddies: Paige Campbell
Bi-County Collaborative: Olivia DiMaio
Big-Brother/Big Sister & Boys and Girls Club: Kseniya Dobrovolsky & Kristen Lowder
The Bridge Center: Ann Peaslee
Cape Verdean Association & George School: Megan Gawlick
The Farm at Stonehill: Mark Gambon
Habitat for Humanity: Tina Ronson
Health & Elder Care (Brockton VA, Gentiva Hospice, Arbors Assisted Living, Heights Crossing): Rachel Brown
Horizons for Homeless Children: Karina Craft
My Brother's Keeper: Jacqueline Shea & Maggie Shellene
ITS Student Coordinator Mission Statement 2015-2016
Our student coordinator team worked together to create this mission statement for the 2015-2016 to describe their role as student leaders on campus:
As ITS student leaders, we will motivate, guide, and support our fellow volunteers in a respectful manner. We make a commitment to serve with compassion, understanding, and humility. We will share our passions and experiences to spread awareness and promote change in regards to social justice. We will uphold the dignity of all creation by recognizing that we are all united in divine love.