Corrine Occhino, an assistant professor with a dual appointment in the School of Education and College of Arts and Sciences, has been awarded an SU Engaged Humanities Mini-grant for a project to serve Deaf refugees learning American Sign Language (ASL)….
Be Engaged with Your Community: Submit Hours for 150 Days of Service
As Syracuse University celebrates its 150th Anniversary, the Orange family is invited to reach 15,000 hours of community service by March 24, 2020—National Orange Day! The challenge kicked off on Friday, Oct. 25, and is ready for you to log your hours.
To make an impact and help Syracuse University reach 15,000 hours of community service, visit the 150 Days of Service landing page to learn about the initiative, find volunteer opportunities, and log and track your hours.
Trying to figure out how to get those hours? Check out how to do so below:
Volunteer in Central New York
Syracuse University is partnering with the United Way of Central New York and its VolunteerCNY online volunteer database and tracking system. On the site you can find a need in the local community and match it with your interests and/or skills.
Volunteer on your own
Many students, faculty and staff are already active in the local community. Log the hours you’ve completed since Friday, Oct. 25, and contribute to the 15,000-hour goal.
Make sure to use #SU150 to share your service on social media. For questions regarding 150 Days of Service, contact Emily Winiecki, coordinator in the Office of Community Engagement, at email@example.com or 315.443.4137.