Eastern Michigan University
Swoop’s Pantry March Madness
Each year, Swoop’s Pantry (an on-campus food bank) hosts a March Madness event to increase donations across the EMU campus. Sigma Alpha Lambda members are invaluable to this project. Sixteen buildings on campus competed with donations. The top eight competed the second week, with the top four and final two competed in the following respective weeks. Each week of the competition, SAL members were responsible for collecting, sorting, and counting the items for the pantry.
“This event was very fun,” said Dereka Bennett, Chapter President. “We got to socialize and meet new people. We also got to see how Swoops is run and organized by social work majoring students and faculty.”
For more information on SAL’s Eastern Michigan University Chapter, click here.
James Madison University
After a long winter, SAL members at James Madison University were eager for an outdoor service project. They decided on their tried and true arboretum clean-up. (more…)
Adulting for Dummies
SAL officers at Binghamton University hosted an Adulting for Dummies session to help financially prepare their members for life after college. After discussing all of life’s post-graduate responsibilities, they decided to help students feel less overwhelmed. (more…)
University of Alabama Birmingham
Into the Streets
SAL officers and members at University of Alabama Birmingham joined forces with representatives from other organizations and volunteered in the community through the Into the Streets project. (more…)
University of Wisconsin Whitewater
Representing her UWW SAL chapter, VP of Public Relations Nicole Fritsche participated in Polar Plunge. Nicole joined 260 individuals who jumped into freezing water this winter to raise money and awareness for Special Olympics. (more…)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
SAL officers at UNC Chapel Hill are helping prepare members for a successful job search. They recognized the importance of a strong LinkedIn profile for college students looking for career placement, but knew it was difficult for students to afford professional pictures. (more…)