Students at Waynesburg University have been finding new ways to serve their community and foster ways of service at the university. Sundown Service is the Center for Service Leadership office’s new program that is helping students find ways of serving their community here on campus.
Sundown Service is a weekly meeting held Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. The event takes place on the first floor of Stover Center, right outside of the Center for Service Leadership Office.
Angelica Good, a graduate assistant for the Center for Service Leadership Office, is the leader of the program. She discussed the creation of the program and how it can help students at Waynesburg University better themselves.
“With such busy schedules, we understand that sometimes it is difficult for students to partake in Service Saturdays or commit to a service location on weekdays,” Good said. “ Sundown Service provides students with a late-night option to complete quick yet meaningful acts of service right here on campus.”
Good also feels that these events can give students another place where they can get away to study, make new friends or even enjoy a little snack break while doing service for their community.
The events are quick and easy to do so that it is not a huge commitment to the students who care to take part in these events.