Manager - Service Leadership Program
Cook School students, staff, and faculty dedicated their talents, labor, and care to the less fortunate in the Saint Louis community for Service Day 2017 at Christian Activity Center in East St. Louis.
On Friday, April 1st, students from the John Cook School of Business shared in the sprit of service at Lift for Life Gym. Volunteers from the Service Leadership program painted the inside and outside of the youth activity center, cleaned, and landscaped for the 11th annual Service Day.
This semester our student spotlight is featuring junior Victoria Morman. Victoria is from Dayton, Ohio and majoring in Accounting. Before coming to SLU, she had a passion for service, and she knew SLU was a great place to continue her passion. As soon as she heard about the program, she immediately wanted in. She was excited to commit herself to the hours and meet great people along the way. Because of this, joining the program was a “no brainer” to her. In her first two years as a Service Leader, she worked just down the road at Big Brothers, Big Sisters and now she spends her time at Labre Ministries for the Homeless. There she makes a meal with friends and then drives it to the people who receive it.
The Service Leadership Program at the John Cook School of Business held its annual Service Day on March 27th. Over 150 students, faculty, and staff participated in aiding The Bridge in downtown St. Louis with painting, cleaning, and landscaping the community and homeless support center.