At Westminster College, there are limitless opportunities to lend a helping hand.
Below are just a few service opportunities provided by the Office of Faith & Spirituality.
The Westminster College Chapter of Habitat for Humanity work with various Habitat for Humanity affiliates in the surrounding counties of Pennsylvania and Ohio. Each year, a group of students join this chapter and agree to become integral members of this community by attending regular meetings, and participating in scheduled work days. These students may also have the opportunity to attend a Spring Break trip. Due to COVID-19 restrictions work days and work trips will be scheduled as COVID-19 protocols permit. All students and staff participating in off campus work days and trips will be required to be vaccinated.
Fall 2021 Meeting Schedule is as follows: Meetings are at 11:45 AM in Berlin Lounge or via Zoom as notified on reminder email notices on the following dates: Septmber 8 & 22, October 6 & 20, November 3 & 17 and December 1.
Saturday Work Days will be scheduled as COVID-19 restrictions permit
The Spring Break Collegiate Challenge Work Trip for 2022 will be determined based on COVID-19 protocols for travel at the college and to the selected destination.
Seek information regarding opportunities to participate in workdays, fundraisers and more.
Sante Mumba (President)
Noah Sofran (Vice-President)
Nicholas Pirollo (Treasurer)
Chloe Hankey (Secretary)
Mykenzie Riggle (Public Relations)
Rev. Jim Mohr (Faculty Advisor) for more information.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions and recommendations all 2021-2022 work and service trips will be determined based on the safety of travel from the college and status of COVID regulations at the designated locations. Students and Staff traveling on trips will be required to be vaccinated. Information will be posted and shared when travel is permitted and trips can once again be safely scheduled.
Contact Rev. Jim Mohr for more information on all trips.
Volunteers In Service and Action teams are under the direction of the Office of Faith & Spirituality. These service teams consist of dedicated students who are willing to volunteer their time and energy to one or more programs in the area. Projects include tutoring programs, youth rehabilitation work, adopt a grandparent, church youth work, crisis hotlines and more. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, all service programs are currently on hold, unless a program project can be done per guidelines.