Stonehill's Community Engagement Program
As Stonehill's largest, student-run community service program, the Community Engagement Program provides opportunities for students to learn from, foster relationships with, journey alongside, and advocate for members of our local community. Partnered with over 40 local organizations in many different social justice areas, students learn, foster relationships, and advocate alongside members of our community. Inspired by the enduring values of a Holy Cross Education, the Community Engagement Program 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.
Who organizes the Community Engagement Program?
The Campus Minister for Community Engagement, Brittany Lorgeree, works with a student intern, Riley Bast, and a team of student leaders, Volunteer Coordinators, to execute the program. Brittany meets with the team regularly throughout the year to ensure that the program runs smoothly and to stay updated and informed on our various volunteer sites. She also meets with our campus partners to discuss the program and collaborate on how to engage the community even more. Contact Brittany with any questions about the program!
If you are a community partner looking for volunteers for an upcoming opportunity, please email us for a volunteer form. Local organizations seeking a new partnership can also contact Brittany or Riley to arrange a meeting.