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Student Club and Organization Service Projects
Student clubs and organizations engage in service projects with one another, Campus Ministry and community organizations. The Mount’s student clubs’ and organizations’ interests include health issues, environmental concerns, women’s rights, homelessness, music, dance, poetry, world peace and much more.

As diverse as their interests are, they find commonality when engaging in service projects. Service projects provide opportunities for club and organization members to bond and to have a lasting impact on the campus and external communities. Below are a few examples of our students’ service contributions.

Music Club

Sponsored Mount Unplugged in collaboration with FLOW, S.W.A.G., The Mount Times, and the Board of Programmers, this acoustic concert enabled our students to enjoy the talents of their peers while raising money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation – JDRF

ISA – International Students Association
Sponsored a Thanksgiving Concert in collaboration with FLOW and the Music Club featuring live music and food, ticket proceeds were donated to Campus Ministry’s Food Drive; ISA also donated to Campus Ministry’s Midnight Run and participated in a Run serving Manhattan’s homeless men and women.

Political Club
Worked on the political campaigns of Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Bill Thompson covered the phone bank, distributed pamphlets and campaigned door-to-door, prepared care packages for soldiers in the US military, spearheaded the College’s Lobby Day efforts in Albany and Washington DC

Mount MDs
Participated in Midnight Runs each semester, baked desserts and brought them to a Supper with the Sisters of Charity, participated in the first College sponsored Alternative Spring Break Trip to the Dominican Republic, serving orphans through a community health project.

Environmental Club
Sponsored College’s first tray-less Tuesday which led to the dining hall becoming 100% tray-less, initiated campus wide recycling program, sponsored Annual Environmental Week and Campus clean-up, collected soda can tabs in lieu of an entrance fee to Band Nights, donated proceeds to Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Yonkers

Women’s Studies Club
Volunteered at the Convent of Mary the Queen and in the Survivor’s Tent for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Cancer Campaign and promoted micro-financing loans to third world countries through KIVA and Concern Worldwide

CFC - Youth For Christ
Sponsored numerous bake sales and distributed prayer handouts at each sale, in support of the Breakfast Run for homeless people, participated in Midnight Runs, volunteered at the Convent of Mary the Queen, sponsored a Halloween bake sale proceeds of $100 donated to purchase supplies to assist Southeast Asia following a typhoon, hosted Thanksgiving Arts and Crafts sale with Best Buddies raising awareness of intellectual and developmental disabilities across campus.