Approximately 40 children learned about community heroes and how to be super citizens during the week-long Civic Heroes Camp hosted by the Office of Civic Engagement at Troy University from July 18-22.
The third annual event was held in person for the first time since its creation in 2020, and Civic Engagement Coordinator Lauren Cochran said it was…
Students at the Pike County Boys & Girls Club spent part of their summer break planting seeds, experimenting with celery stalks and learning about nutrition with Troy University’s Office of Civic Engagement.
One afternoon a week from June 7 to July 13, student volunteers, AmeriCorps VISTAs and Lauren Cochran, coordinator of Civic Engagement, spent a few hours teaching…
Troy University’s Office of Civic Engagement is continuing to address food insecurity by collaborating with Campus Kitchens.
Campus Kitchens is an organization that repurposes dining food to redistribute meals into the community.
The organization began as a national network of students on college campuses who wanted to do something in their communities to address food…
Troy University’s Hawkins Hall was one of the stops on the Anti-Hunger Tour presented by Joel Berg, CEO of Hunger Free America.
TROY’s Office of Civic Engagement began partnering with Berg’s company in October of 2020.
“Our office really works to connect students with ways that they can serve in their local community and address…