Articles: Tag: Service Learning

Bonner Students Make An Impact For Over 25 Years At Allegheny College

Since 1998, the Allegheny College Bonner Program has cultivated the next generation of leaders. Bonner students are changemakers dedicated to social justice, diversity, and civic engagement. Over 75+ Bonner Programs exist in the country. However, Allegheny College is distinguished as one of three institutions with a hybrid model comprising half of Bonner Leaders and Scholars,

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Allegheny Students Clean Up Mississippi River For Annual Alternative Spring Break Trip

Do you remember a single week that changed your entire life? Alternative Spring Break (ASB) transformed a small group of students during a week-long trip over the Spring Break to travel, volunteer, and explore a different region of the United States.  “This trip was probably one of the greatest experiences of my life. My friends

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First-Generation Allegheny Graduate Encourages Others To Give Back Through Philanthropy

The experience that first-generation student Ryan Cole ’10 had at Allegheny College sparked his journey toward a career that has incorporated higher education, public health, and community service. As director of student philanthropy at Valparaiso University, he helps students think about what it means to be philanthropic — a lesson that Cole himself learned at

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