Service Project Groups:

Please post ONE message per group in the comments area below with the following information:

  1. the names of the members of your group;
  2. a brief description of the focus of the group (no more than a couple sentences);
  3. a tentative name for your group (can be changed later if desired)

Groups will be created based on your posts, and then you can use the group areas to upload documents, discuss project plans, and post information.

4 thoughts on “Groups

  1. Loraine Almeida

    Group: Helping HANDS
    Members: Frank Malizia; Kyria Aho; Michelle Allen; Loraine Almeida; Wellington Mackey
    Focus: Raise awareness within the community about food insecurity. The group seeks to understand the roots of the problem in order to combat the issue in the long run while providing immediate hunger relief.

  2. Nicole Robertson

    Group: Not Just BINGO
    Members: Carmen Guillen, Gladis Guevara, Joe Lyons, Nikki Robertson, Sehrish Nida, Tom Cobb
    Project Focus: To bring a variety of different social and mind-stimulating events to a local assisted living/nursing home setting. The planned curriculums will increase social interactions among residents and increase the quality of life in these establishments.

  3. David Rowland

    Group name: Learn is Fun.
    Members: Chiaki Hagiwara
    Malgorzata Kucwaj
    David Rowland
    Maria Rubin


    Our mission is to provide services to immigrants from different parts of the world that aren’t privileged to many resources due to their financial and economic reasons. Therefore we created a variety of programs to offer to these immigrants in order to help them adapt to the cultural structures of the American society. We came up with a plan to not only help them teach the English language through the ESL course, but also engage them in various activities that can be beneficial to their daily lives. For example, we will be offering nutrition classes that can help them learn to maintain a healthy balanced diet. In addition, we will involve the participants to a fun and engaging exercise routine so they could further maintain their healthy lifestyle. Our program also offers classes that will teach basic computer skills. Aside from these classes, we will be simultaneously running a program directed for the children so that the parents who come to take these classes can feel free to drop them off under a safe and educational environment. The program will consist of engaging activities such as arts and craft, face painting, and many more. Throughout the program, we would also like to offer series of motivational speeches and workshops that can guide these people to set goals and achieve success in their lives.

  4. Emily Badillo

    Group: Project Street Safety
    Members: Emily Badillo, Kyrie Philbrook, Kyria Aho
    Project Focus: To bring awareness to street harassment by educating the campus on that street harassment is. Also, we would like to make the campus a safer place by changing the policies on campus regarding lighting after dark, an increased security presence, and a mandated sexual harassment workshop for WCC students.

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