I’ve always been passionate about social justice work. While volunteering with America Reads, I learned about more ways in which the Ginsberg Center connects people to community organizations.
After my sophomore year, I found the Community Action and Social Change (CASC) minor through the School of Social Work. While engaging in CASC, I learned even more about the Ginsberg Center and how they support students to engage in the community. I also learned about how other students use the Ginsberg Center, such as Ginsberg’s Community Leadership Fellowships.
I participated in Alternative Breaks (AB) through Hillel and then applied for Ginsberg AB grants for my student organizations. These grants were what made our trips possible, and I am so grateful for what Ginsberg does for students and the community in making service programs accessible to all.
I’m currently working on getting my Masters of Social Work. I hope to stay involved with Ginsberg over the next year and a half because, if I learned anything from my time with the Center, it is that the Ginsberg Center is a gateway to new opportunities.