Tag: missions

How to Choose a College When You Want to Help People

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Freelance Writer

If you want to get involved with service learning, community outreach, and helping others in college, here's what to look for as you search for schools. read more

Helping Others in College: An Intro to Mission Trips

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

If you are looking to help others in college, mission trips are one of many ways to inspire you to go out and make a difference. read more

The Life-Changing Impact of a College Mission

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Director of Communications, Wayland Baptist University

Students on a college mission ask questions and seek answers--some of which don't come in the form they were expecting. read more

In The Wilderness with Catholic Campus Retreats

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Campaign Communications Manager, Our Lady of the Lake University

Once or twice a year, students at Catholic institutions across the nation set aside their studies and activities for a quiet weekend getaway. They gather in small groups for discussions, reflection, and prayer. They listen to speakers, share meals, and forge friendships that last a lifetime. read more

Catholic Educational Heritage: Sisters of Saint Joseph

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Editor, Carnegie Communications

There are several orders of nuns associated with education that founded and now run many colleges and universities across the United States. read more

How does campus life differ on a Christian college campus from a secular campus?

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While most colleges offer students a chance to explore issues of faith, a Christian college incorporates that process into their curriculum and sees that it is an obvious part of life on campus. read more

Students on a Mission

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Service Learning Manager, Maryknoll Lay Missioners

Whether they involve building houses in rural areas of Mississippi or running a clinic in Uganda, missions have a huge impact on the people they serve--and on the missionaries themselves. read more