Alpha Phi Omega is a co-ed community service fraternity. We are brothers working together to better our campus, community, and country through service and friendship.
This club gives students the opportunity to learn and grow while volunteering in India. In preparation, students attend weekly meetings to hear other students of alumnus personal testimonials of India. The club also assists in fundraising to relieve students of the financial burden of their volunteer work. Students who volunteer through the Calcutta Club receive the best of a holistic education:spiritual growth, diversity, intellectual and emotional discovery, physical courage, and the meaning of citizenship in a community of compassion.
Sean BrayCampus Ministrybrays@seattleu.edu(206) 296- 6079
An alliance of Seattle University disabled students and the campus community.
Our purpose is three-fold: To build a sense of community and unity within the disabled population and their allies on campus. To educate faculty, staff and students about disabilities and disability rights. To advocate for an accessible and inclusive campus and learning environment for students with physical, mental, medical and learning disabilities.
Alexandra Stoffel firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ecuador Immersion Club organizes events to raise funds for Ecuador Immersion trips and to educate the student body about Ecuador and Ecuador-US relations.
Enactus is an international entrepreneurial organization that encourages members to be active members of a community. Enactus' mission put simply is: People, Profit, Planet. Members show involvement through the community while also gaining invaluable business contacts and experiences. Enactus is an entrepreneurship club within Albers School of Business and Economics, but is open to students of all majors.
Leo SimpsonAlbers School of Business & Economicssimpsonl@seattleu.edu
The mission of Engineers Without Borders is to partner with developing communities worldwide in order to improve their quality of life. This partnership involves the implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while involving and training internationally responsible engineers and engineering students.
Jessy Marie L. Hardyhardyj@seattleu.edu
Friends Feeding Friends is a club of friends getting together to prepare food for St. Martin de Porres Shelter. We will be associating with St. James' Cathedral, who will take our prepared meals and donate them to the homeless. We will meet once a month on the second Saturday to prepare sandwiches and treats and come together as friends in service. We want to create an environment of acceptance whilst contributing what we can to our friends that are less fortunate. We also plan to use our excess money from our campus cards at the end of the quarter to buy supplies.
We are a group of students who gather once a week in preparation for our trip to Tijuana during Christmas break in December. While in Mexico we will work with a local organization called Esperanza, where we will work with local community members to construct houses in the neighborhoods of Tijuana. We are actively participating on Campus through our involvement in fundraising activities, and are present at numerous events in order to promote this immersion trip and to raise money to make this trip possible.
Moneythink is a financial literacy mentoring organization that connects talented college mentors to inner-city high schoolers. Students learn about saving, budgeting, goal-setting and the basics of credit and debt with the power of peer mentoring by local undergraduates. The program features two ten week curricula focusing on personal finance and entrepreneurship, with mentors engaging the students on through the class discussions, extended group projects, and goal setting workshops. Through "Moneythinking", students develop critical skills in personal financial management, basic business analysis, planning, and public speaking.
Students of all Disciplines driven to encourage students to serve and lead by working on sustainable service projects that help people in need. Most projects are small, taking a week or less to complete, and are geared toward installing or improving infrastructure for human needs.
Just Service is a youth-run and youth-centered Seattle University program. We are committed to completing a 5-6 month service project within the community, driven by community voices. Join our coalition of college and high school students exploring social justice topics based on student interest and community feedback.
The purpose of this organization shall be to help bring all persons with intellectual disabilities into the larger society under conditions whereby they are accepted, respected and given the chance to become useful and productive citizens. Our club will bring more awareness, financial support and volunteers to help the Special Olympics athletes develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families.
Stephanie Harruff email@example.com
Jason Capps firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Mission: In keeping with the pillars of the Jesuit tradition – mind, heart, justice, service, and faith – along with the National Association of Social Worker's standards of ethics, we, as a collective body, intend to promote social justice, community outreach, campus and community awareness and empower and advocate for vulnerable populations. These outcomes will be achieved through recognizing the dignity and worth of every person, community service, and a proactive approach to social justice issues by students. www.facebook.com/susocialworkclub
Mary Kay BrennanCollege of Arts and Sciencesmkbrenn@seattleu.edu
Rotaract stands for "Rotary in Action", and focuses on the development of young adults as leaders in their communities and workplaces. Members complete service within their communities and can participate internationally and is available to individuals between the ages of 18 and 30. Rotaract partners with local Rotary clubs to create service projects for the members.
Partnering with DESC, this club connects Seattle University students with community service opportunities and spreads awareness about the homelessness that pervades the Seattle community.
We are a group of students dedicated to the establishment of a just and sustainable world, beginning with the most basic human need: WATER. We are committed to making access to clean, stable water accessible reality for every single person we can. This student organization is a grassroots, student-driven effort to expand the network of providers and encourage collaboration, raise awareness, galvanize support, and gain funding for clean water projects. Our activities include: The "Student Ambassador" program, which provides students with opportunities to work with some of the largest non-profit organizations in the water sector to help develop partnerships and collaborations among the various organizations. Students are selected to represent one non-profit organization, acting as a liaison, conducting research, and gathering information about their current water projects. This work will eventually serve to create a comprehensive network of provider projects encouraging collaboration, thereby increasing efficiency, accessibility, and lowering costs of projects. Students will have the opportunity to develop relationships with these organizations, learn more about the non-profit sector, and aid in making clean water a reality. Grassroots advocacy and fundraising for our various projects. Several fundraising events are planned and organized by students, who are encouraged to utilize their individual talents, creativity, and motivations to galvanize support and funding for this incredible cause. We are currently planning and raising funds for a clean water project in Darmang, Ghana, founded by a SU student in 2010.
Philip ThompsonCollege of Science & Engineering - Civil & Environmental Engineeringthompson@seattleu.edu