Troy University‘s Office of Civic Engagement members and volunteers say they aim to give back to the community in a multitude of ways.
“We do Campus Kitchens and Backpacks for Kids,” says Campus Kitchens Team Leader Teyshaun Williams. “Backpacks for Kids, we do it every other week and then we do Campus Kitchens every week.”
September 20 was National Voter Registration Day and a group of Troy University students were celebrating the day by registering students to vote using some new technology.
The days of paper registration are over.
Now it’s as simple as scanning a QR code on your phone and filling out an online form.
The topic of gun control has been a prominent issue in America for many years and, on Thursday, Troy University students gave their thoughts on the subject matter in a group discussion held by TROY’s Office of Civic Engagement.
In today’s world the topic of gun rights easily leads to tension and heated conversations.
While superheroes are usually popular among children, a camp this week is working on teaching children about the real-life heroes in communities.
The kids are having a super time learning about civics and community engagement at Civic Heroes Camp on Troy University’s campus.
The Coordinator of the Office of Civic Engagement Lauren Cochran says…