Campus News

Looking Back at Day of Service 2015

September 15, 2015

Lisa Gulasy

New and returning students spent Saturday, August 29, giving back to the community as part of Day of Service, an annual event sponsored by the Bonner Center for Service and Learning (BCSL). This year’s event drew 378 students and 79 site leaders who volunteered at 36 community partner sites.

View the gallery to learn more about the types of services volunteers provided, and check out the article “Community Involvement Tips for After Day of Service” for ideas on getting involved with the Oberlin community from 2015 Day of Service coordinator Gabriel Moore ’15.

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