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Graduates Commit to Long-term Service

Graduates Commit to Long-term Service
Seventeen members of the Class of 2014 who volunteered for long-term service projects gathered with University President Kevin P. Quinn, S.J., for a reception held recently on campus. Seated, from left: Lauren DeMarco, William Dempsey, Stephanie Boccuzzi, Robert Cermignano, Meghan Fennessy and Kelly Judge. Standing: Katherine Cavazzini, Brendan Foley, Kerry Delaney, Fiona Ward, Fr. Quinn, Melissa DeSoto, Andrew Gentilucci and Samantha Grimaldi. Absent from the photograph are Colleen Bennett, Alixandra Holden, Timothy Plamondon and Kyle Swartz.

Twenty Scranton graduates, including 17 members of the University’s Class of 2014, volunteered for long-term service projects with nonprofit organizations and underserved populations internationally and in states throughout the country. Their service began as early as June and includes programs run by Teach for America and the Jesuit Volunteer Corp. They are stationed everywhere from Quito, Ecuador to Spokane, Washington to Philadelphia.

 
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