Each year, students, faculty and staff at the College of Charleston draw attention to hunger and homelessness in their community and raise funds to address these issues.
Some 60 students from the College of Charleston will be fanning out into the community to volunteer on a variety of service projects Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019.
If they made a Fitbit for people who take steps to make the world a better place, Tatjana Washington would be killing it.
Chris Ciarcia, associate director for the Center for Civic Engagement, was named 2018 Staff Person of the Year by the national organization Break Away.
More than 80,000 - that's the amount of volunteer hours CofC's students have contributed over the last decade through the Bonner Leader Program.
More than 60 students are spending spring break volunteering at a variety of sites through the College's Alternative Break program.
The College of Charleston is the No. 13 producer of Peace Corps volunteers among midsize universities in the U.S.
Rev. Sharon Risher is the daughter of one of nine parishioners killed at Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston on June 17, 2015.
A service project between the Center for Civic Engagement and Home Works of America this fall gave two CofC students a new perspective on issues of housing.
Students from the College of Charleston learn by traveling to various locations to participate in service work as part of the Alternative Break Program.