Syeisha Byrd, director of the Office of Engagement Programs at Hendricks Chapel, and four current Syracuse University students will be our featured guests on Thursday, April 30th at 8pm EST for “Matters that Matter: A Conversation Series from Hendricks Chapel” in conversation with Dean Brian Konkol.
Jack Ramza ’22, Momina Toseef G’21, Ella Corn ’22 and Gretchen Coleman ’22 will discuss opportunities for students and others to serve their local and global communities online during the coronavirus pandemic. Ms. Byrd and Dean Konkol will moderate the conversation.
This conversation will broadcast on Facebook Live on Hendricks Chapel‘s page. For additional questions or comments please contact Hendricks Chapel at email@example.com.
To learn more about online community service, visit our webpage: http://hendricks.syr.edu/engagement-programs/volunteer-form.html
About the Office of Engagement Programs at Hendricks Chapel:
The Office of Engagement Programs fosters a commitment to service in order to promote a more caring, just and democratic society. The office is non-sectarian, and in the spirit of Hendricks Chapel, it is a place that welcomes the involvement of all people.
This event was published on April 29, 2020.