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Twenty two members of the Regis community, students, faculty and staff went on the annual trip to Peru during Spring 2012 break. At the Peru presentation they hosted in April, it was clear that the experience was amazing and inspiring to all of them. They each spoke of the warmth and sense of connection they felt with the people they met in Villa El Salvador and at the university they visited. The outpouring of support from the Regis community that makes this trip possible is amazing and inspiring as well!
Our community service activities aim to support community programs that work to alleviate the problems and conditions of poverty.
Upcoming Service Opportunities
Halloween Party -- inviting families from Bethany Hill (in Framingham) and Casserly House (in Roslindale), a pair of community outreach centers operated by the Sisters of St. Joseph to celebrate with the Regis community.
Dates to be Announced
New Beginnings Dinner -- Regis community having dinner with New Beginnings residents, breaking down barriers, stereotypes and fears around HIV/AIDS and poverty.
Working with Children in Need at Bethany Hill School
For more information on community service opportunities, please call 781-768-7027, visit the Office of Campus Ministry in College Hall Room 101, or e-mail Sister Betsy Conway at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the spirit of the Sisters of St. Joseph, reaching out to God and neighbor in large and small ways is at the heart of who we are at Regis College. We encourage our students to become involved in service both on and off campus.
The Office of Campus Ministry
College Hall Room 101
We invite you to visit.