Kean is Making the Grade in Community Service
Kean University students have long been committed to community service. In 2009, the Center for Leadership and Service (CLS) was developed as a central location where students could develop and find opportunities for leadership development training, involvement in community service, service learning and campus organizational development.
In recognition of its ongoing phenomenal dedication to making positive contributions to the community, Kean University was recently named to the national President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll offered by the Corporation for National and Community Service in conjunction with the United States Department of Education. In this, Kean’s third consecutive year on the prestigious Honor Roll, CLS has focused its initiatives on hunger and homelessness.
Kean Xchange recently sat down with Scott Snowden, assistant director of student life and media services, to discuss some of the Center for Leadership and Service’s programming – all of which prepare students to become positive examples of leadership excellence and social consciousness in our complex global community while complementing their existing academic experience.
Click on the video to learn more and take a moment to stop by the CLS in the University Center, Room 219, or contact them at (908) 737-5170 or email@example.com. Suggest a project or find out how you can serve.