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  • Leadership | Springfield College
    and Professional Studies Health Physical Education and Recreation Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies Professional and Continuing Studies Social Work Application Forms Online Inquiry Application Freshman Application Transfer Application Graduate Student Life Student Life Academic Success Center Babson Library Campus Recreation Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student

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  • Forms | Springfield College
    Financial Aid Admissions Financial Aid Undergraduate Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Professional and Continuing Studies Admissions Social Work Admissions International Studies Financial Aid Student Ambassadors Academics Academic Programs Academics Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Academic Advising Academic Success Center Babson Library Internships Explore Our Schools Arts Sciences and Professional Studies Health Physical Education and Recreation Health Sciences and Rehabilitation Studies Professional and Continuing Studies Social Work Application Forms Online Inquiry Application Freshman Application Transfer Application Graduate Student Life Student Life Academic Success Center Babson Library Campus Recreation Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Student Life Student Organizations Forms Section Menu Student Organizations Student Organizations Student Government Association Leadership Forms Graduate Student Organization Student Media and Productions Forms Hard copies can be picked up in the Office of Student Activities and Campus Programs located in CU 209 213 in the Richard B Flynn

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  • Graduate Student Organization | Springfield College
    Life Student Life Academic Success Center Babson Library Campus Recreation Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Student Life Student Organizations Graduate Student Organization Section Menu Student Organizations Student Organizations Student Government Association Graduate Student Organization Officers Professional Development Fund and Conference Reimbursement Student Media and Productions Graduate Student Organization Purpose The Graduate Student Organization GSO is a student run group designed to represent and serve the graduate students of Springfield College In representation of the graduate class the GSO identifies and protects the rights and interests of graduate students as a liaison to Springfield College administration In service to the graduate class the GSO creates and facilitates both academic and social cocurricular activities to enhance the experiences of graduate students at Springfield College The GSO office is located in CU 203 of the Richard B Flynn Campus Union Individuals interested in

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  • Annual Service Events | Springfield College
    range from one time special events to ongoing program activities For more information please contact the Office of Student Volunteer Programs at 748 3394 or click here to see the volunteer opportunities on our PrideNet page Humanics in Action Day September Humanics in Action Day is the modern version of a Springfield College Tradition Student Work Week and Creating Hallowed Ground in which students and faculty members volunteered to make improvements to the College s main campus East Campus and Lake Massasoit Click here for more information Community Service Fair second week of fall semester classes The Community Service Fair is held in conjunction with the Club Fair every fall semester Representatives from area human service agencies are on hand to talk about their organizations and volunteer opportunities Students can sign up to volunteer with the organizations or simply get more information as to some of the service opportunities in Springfield Halloween Event late October Each year around Halloween we work with the Office of Housing and Residence Life and various student clubs and organizations to host a fun family friendly Halloween event Children and their parents are escorted by student volunteers go trick or treating at the Residence Halls They then return to a central location for games activities and treats This event is open to Springfield College employees and the community National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week mid November Each year one week before Thanksgiving The National Coalition for the Homeless and the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness co sponsor National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week During this week Springfield College students take part in a nationwide effort to bring greater awareness to the problems of hunger and homelessness Past events have included an Oxfam Hunger Banquet as well as a faces of homelessness panel presentation

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  • First-year Student Programs | Springfield College
    of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Student Life Student Volunteer Programs First year Student Programs Section Menu Student Volunteer Programs Student Volunteer Programs Annual Service Events First year Student Programs Emerging Leaders Program Humanics Seminar Student Service Clubs Mentoring and Tutoring Programs Service and Volunteer Opportunities Alternative Break Trips Resources and Links Staff First year Student Programs Emerging Leaders Program The Emerging Leaders Program ELP is a living learning program that brings together first year students interested in developing as well as continuing their leadership involvement To learn more click here Fit 2 Lead The Fit 2 Lead program is another living learning community for first year students The purpose of this program is to offer in depth programming around the College s holistic wellness model and to prepare students for leadership in service to both the College and the broader community Humanics Seminar The Humanics

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  • Mentoring and Tutoring Programs | Springfield College
    the federal government in 1964 for part time employment for low income students Colleges and universities are now required to use a minimum of 7 percent of college allocated federal work study funds to engage students in community service programs and to operate literacy programs Springfield College sets aside 25 percent of its work study funds for community service programs The Springfield College Community Work Study Program employs students in the following service programs America Reads Springfield College Outreach Brookings Learning and Support Team BLAST Partners Program 5A Program Most hiring and placement for these positions occurs during the beginning of the fall semester but there may be vacancies during the year America Reads Springfield College Outreach The America Reads Challenge is a grassroots national campaign that challenges every American to help all our children learn to read including English language learners and student with disabilities At Springfield College more than 150 students participate in this challenge by tutoring and mentoring youth at elementary schools and after school programs in the city of Springfield Springfield College students currently serve at the following schools and after school programs Boys and Girls Club Brightwood Elementary School Elias Brookings Elementary School The Gray House Massachusetts Commission for the Blind Springfield Parks and Recreation Department Afterschool Sites Veritas Prep Charter School YMCA Afterschool SItes To volunteer or apply for a work study position contact the Office of Student Volunteer Programs at 413 748 3394 Training and orientation for the sites is required If transportation is needed all efforts will be made to arrange for car pooling with other volunteers Brookings Learning and Support Team BLAST Springfield College and Elias Brookings Elementary School a five minute walk from our main campus have begun an after school initiative focused around the enhancement of literacy and math skills for elementary school students This after school program includes students in K 5 grades and has three goals that guide the direction and focus of its programming Help students at Brookings improve their comprehension and application of basic reading and math skills that will improve their MCAS scores Create a space for positive social interaction and relationship development both student to student and student to mentor Work with students to create enrichment activities that will enhance their learning while participating in music art drama and recreation When Tuesdays and Thursdays 3 15 5 30 p m Brookings School If you are interested in joining this program or simply have some questions please contact the Office of Student Volunteer Programs at 413 748 3394 Partners Program This is a unique collaboration between Springfield College and Springfield s DeBerry and Brookings elementary schools Participating Springfield College students are paired with an elementary youth one day per week for several hours to work on academic achievement and participate in recreational or arts related activities on the Springfield College campus The Partners Program is a student led initiative with student site coordinators planning the week s events and overseeing the activities under the

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  • Service and Volunteer Opportunities | Springfield College
    Career Center Counseling Center Dean of Students Dining Services Health Center Multicultural Affairs Offices and Services Parents Families Public Safety Residence Life Richard B Flynn Campus Union Staff Directory Student Activities Student Government Association Student Volunteer Programs Spiritual Life SC Alert Title IX Veterans Resources Athletics News Search Springfield College Submit Alumni Faculty Staff Current Students Prospective Students Give to Springfield College Directions Directory PrideNET Student Life Student Volunteer Programs Service and Volunteer Opportunities Section Menu Student Volunteer Programs Student Volunteer Programs Annual Service Events First year Student Programs Student Service Clubs Mentoring and Tutoring Programs Service and Volunteer Opportunities Alternative Break Trips Resources and Links Staff Service and Volunteer Opportunities With our mission and rich tradition of leadership in service to humanity many local community groups and agencies welcome Springfield College students as volunteers There are numerous opportunities for student volunteers to hone their leadership skills develop valuable experience and make a difference is Springfield and surrounding communities Here are some places that have historically welcomed volunteers from Springfield College Please contact them directly to see how your interests could fulfill their needs This list is just a starting point For help in identifying other service opportunities please feel free to stop by our office for assistance United Way of Pioneer Valley provides a centralized list or clearinghouse of volunteer opportunities for individuals and groups at both member and non member agencies Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hampden County has been matching Bigs volunteers with Littles children for more than 40 years Bigs meet with their Littles ages 7 through 14 every other week for a few hours for fun and activities The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts is located in Hatfield Mass The mission of the food bank is to distribute food to those in need in the

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  • Alternative Break Trips | Springfield College
    every spring break in the annual Habitat for Humanity Collegiate Spring Break Build Destinations have included Georgetown and Sea Island S C For more information and trip applications contact Habitat for Humanity Co advisors Kristen Broisus or Laraine Robison at kbrosius springfieldcollege edu or lrobison springfieldcollege edu Hillel The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life Springfield College Hillel provides opportunities for Jewish students faculty and staff to explore and celebrate their Jewish identity Additionally the organization sponsors a service trip to New Orleans during spring break to assist with rebuilding efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina Students who are not Jewish may apply for this trip For more information contact the Office of Spiritual Life at 413 748 3209 Humanics in Action The Humanics in Action group will perform a week of service projects in various Springfield neighborhoods Each day they will go to a different neighborhood and work in partnership with a community organization to address the critical needs of housing food insecurity youth outreach and poverty An application and interview process is required to be a member of this group For more information contact the Office of Student Volunteer Programs at 413 748 3394 Newman Community The Newman Community is a Catholic based but not exclusive group for which membership is open to any full time undergraduate graduate or college faculty or staff member In addition to weekly services and programs the Newman Community organizes two alternative break trips The January mission to New York City takes place during the semester break and the spring mission trip is held in May at the end of each academic year The purpose of these trips is to form friendships with those in need throughout the United States and developing countries offer services and donations as well as learn from those who live a much simpler lifestyle than we do The Newman Community has traveled to Haiti Dominican Republic Mexico and Brazil For more information contact the Office of Spiritual Life at 413 748 3209 The Springfield College Outreach Committee SCOC The purpose of the Springfield College Outreach Committee SCOC is to offer an opportunity for undergraduate students to experience social injustices specifically in terms of poverty and oppression in a third world setting Each spring break SCOC students travel to a rural village in Mexico to participate in community service projects for a week Past projects include building homes planting cactus painting schools and conducting youth activities Fund raising efforts allow the group to donate money for youth scholarships and supplies for on site service projects An application and interview process is required to be a member of this group For more information contact the Office of Student Volunteer Programs at 413 748 3394 Together Campaign The Together Campaign is a student organization that performs service projects during the academic year The group organizes a service trip during spring break that works with youth in a third world country An application and interview process is required to be a member

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