John Carroll University has a strong tradition of service to the Cleveland community and beyond. The Cleveland Neighborhood Project will help welcome all first-year students to this proud JCU tradition. This Fall (2014), the Cleveland Neighborhood Project will take place on Thursday, August 28th.
Teams of first-year students, accompanied by current JCU students, faculty, staff, and administrators, will take part in a wide variety of service projects such as painting porches, yard work, and clean-up activities at a neighborhood center. The service project will take place at and around the Fatima Family Center in Cleveland’s Hough community.
Student Leaders are integral to helping first-year students develop a commitment to service as part of JCU’s mission. Your energy, enthusiasm, and willingness to model hard work will be an important part of the first-year students having a great experience!
What is expected of a Student Leader?
- Participate in an informational meeting in April
- Return to campus early and prepare for the project on Tuesday, August 26th and Wednesday, August 27th.
- Lead a group on Thursday, August 28th
Registration is now closed for the 2014 Cleveland Neighborhood Project. CNP 2015 sign-ups will take place in Spring 2015 – check back!