Jayden McQueen, a sophomore political science major from Crestview, Florida, discovered the TROY Office of Civic Engagement while attending their “coffee and conversations” event in fall 2022. The former Freshman Forum delegate applied to work there the following spring.
“I got introduced to this work through the event and fell in love with it,” McQueen…
The spirit of giving was alive and well among Troy University faculty, staff and students during December as they took part in several outreach efforts to give back to the community during the holidays.
On the Troy Campus, faculty and staff members donated toys in exchange for tickets to the annual Troy Campus Christmas luncheon….
Registration is ongoing for the second annual Civic Heroes virtual summer camp, offered by Troy University’s Office of Civic Engagement.
The free camp is designed for rising fourth-through-sixth-grade students who have a knack for serving their neighbors, learning how to tackle community challenges, or who are simply looking for fun activities this summer.
Troy University’s Office of Civic Engagement recently hosted its annual Can Castle contest to help fight food insecurity.
The contest collects food cans for the campus’ Backpacks for Kids program that helps feed local children around Pike County for several months.
Each participating organization creates a castle out of the cans the group has collected.