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#7 - Birthday Blogpost/Victoria Falls

Today I turn nineteen! In what is undoubtedly my most surreal birthday yet, I’m quite enjoying the serenity of spending it beside the lakeshore. I’ll most likely head out for a swim upon finishing this post, and then later watch some awfully appalling films, before spending the evening with fellow Lattitude volunteers, which will most likely be a million miles away from ‘serene’. 803 more words

Kent Grad at Enterprise: Is it your degree or experience which is more important when applying for jobs?

I would say the most important thing when applying for jobs is neither degree nor experience, but the skills you have and the examples you can give to prove you have them. 479 more words

Applying For Jobs

There Is No Such Thing As A Small Act Of Kindness

One of my new favorite songs is “Do Something” by Matthew West. It got me thinking even more about helping others, non-profits and paying it forward. 525 more words


Can You Dig It? 2014 Women Build Ground Breaking on May 10th

Spring has sprung (well, almost), and it’s time to start digging! Save the date and join the army of over 200 Women Build Volunteers as we break ground for the foundation of the 10th home sponsored and built by Flower City Habitat for Humanity Women Build volunteers. 188 more words

House Progress

Re-Plug: What I did today

It was only two hours, but I finally began volunteering at the VA hospital. Oh the adventures I will encounter there! If today’s brief, but packed, day will lend anything to my future experience, it’s gonna be one heck of a ride. 34 more words


Who has the best volunteers? We do!

This past Saturday, 4/12, the Homestead celebrated its volunteer staff at a lovely dinner on the West Lawn of La Casa Nueva. The evening began with a live band, drinks, and a catered dinner by Doug Fore and students and staff from the… 308 more words


Students helping students

NWCCI students find many ways to get involved on their campuses. Edmonds student, Jorge Bermudez from Panama, recently volunteered as an International Assistant at the spring quarter new international student orientation. 341 more words