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Sun Devils are committed to serving our community. From Tempe to Tanzania, hear stories from students involved in Arizona State University’s service-oriented organizations and initiatives at home and around the globe.
Students at Devils in Disguise volunteered at more than 30 Valley organizations at a student-led day of service.
At TRIO Day 2019, nearly 300 TRIO program participants celebrated their success and paid it forward.
ASU Changemaker Central student volunteers participated in a Borderlands Produce Rescue event on Jan. 19, diverting food from landfills and feeding community members fresh vegetables and fruits.
ASU’s service sorority, Omega Phi Alpha, offers Sun Devils the chance to make a positive impact on the community and find sisterhood all at the same time.
ASU students from Changemaker Central joined high school students from ASU Preparatory Academy in downtown Phoenix to feed families over Thanksgiving.
Conservation biology and ecology sophomore Tyler Obermeit joined ASU after serving in Afghanistan and starting a career in mining. Veterans Upward Bound helped him make the challenging transition to academic life.
The Student Health Outreach for Wellness Program (SHOW) hosted its fifth annual Health Fair for the Homeless. The group of students from Arizona State University, the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University hosts free health clinics for vulnerable populations.
Carlos Yanez is a DACA recipient at ASU, and he works with undocumented Sun Devils @DREAMzoneatASU to make sure they know what’s available to them.
At a recent walk with UMOM New Day Centers, walkers donned flip-flops to break the Guinness World Record for most walkers participating in a 1K wearing flip-flops. ASU student volunteers joined forces with Changemaker to serve as world-record witnesses, making sure each walker was in the proper footwear.
ASU Polytechnic campus students went to Midwest Food Bank to package bags of Raisin Bran during an ASU-wide day of service. The students helped in packaging 30,000 servings of food for those in need.
Brian Roman is the new vice president of Engineers Without Borders ASU Chapter. Read about his new project in the organization, his aspirations and what being a Pitchfork Award nominee means to him.