Book Bike Volunteer Needed!

Help the Book Bike at the Thanksgiving Farmers’ Market! Don’t know about the Book Bike yet? Check this out: The market will be held on Nov 11 from 10am – 1pm. If you are still in town, we would love extra hands to give out books to people at this very busy event. It’s held downtown,and it Read more about Book Bike Volunteer Needed![…]

Kogleman ’11 Receives Google Grant for Habitat for Humanity

In 2010, Nick Kogleman, a Business Administration major, received a grant from the Google Foundation for $30,000 for McLean County Habitat for Humanity, his partner in the Community Partnership Program. When paired with McLean County Habitat for Humanity, Kogelman worked on the organization’s website and helped  promote events online. ARC Director Deborah Halperin suggested he assist Read more about Kogleman ’11 Receives Google Grant for Habitat for Humanity[…]

Social Media Assistance: Daniel McGuire ’13 and Cameron Blossom ’13

During the Fall Seminar of 2012, senior students Daniel McGuire and Cameron Blossom developed Facebook pages for two West side business owners, while also training them on how to work the page.   Daniel McGuire worked with Market St. Bakery (the best donuts and pastries in town), and Cameron Blossom worked on Eric’s Restaurant’s page. Read more about Social Media Assistance: Daniel McGuire ’13 and Cameron Blossom ’13[…]

Volunteer Needed at the Immigration Project!

INTERESTED IN SOCIAL JUSTICE? WANT TO GET INVOLVED IN COMMUNITY SERVICE?   CONSIDERING VOLUNTEERING WITH THE CITIZENSHIP TEAM AT THE IMMIGRATION PROJECT!   The Immigration Project is a not-for-profit legal immigration services agency which re-located in October 2008 from East St. Louis and Western Avenue Community Center to new offices in Bloomington Illinois. We offer Read more about Volunteer Needed at the Immigration Project![…]

YWCA Stepping Stones Volunteers Needed!

YWCA Stepping Stones Sexual Assault Program is offering 40-hour volunteer training for those who wish to provide crisis intervention to sexual assault survivors. Fall Training Schedule Every Monday & Wednesday: October 21 – November 13, 6 pm – 9 pm Saturdays: October 26 & November 16, 9 am – 5 pm All trainings will be held at Read more about YWCA Stepping Stones Volunteers Needed![…]

Mentor Needed for YWCA Smart Sprouts Program!

Smart Sprouts are kids K – Grade 5 in after-school programs. BUDs mentor them, assisting with reading, math and life skills.   Being a BUD is easy! Do you…  Have 2-4 hours a week, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.?  Have time during the 2013-2014 school year?  Enjoy children?   Smart Sprouts is offered in 17 locations Read more about Mentor Needed for YWCA Smart Sprouts Program![…]

Alex Kim ’13: Veggie Bike

Alex Kim (2013, Environmental Studies) designed the first Veggie Bike. The goal of the Veggie Bike is to have a sustainable, enjoyable, and practical way of transporting vegetables for the IWU Peace Garden. The IWU Peace Garden is organic and only uses human power to support the garden. Volunteers use a push mower and produce is Read more about Alex Kim ’13: Veggie Bike[…]

Ted Delicath ’13

Ted Delicath was a long-time and loyal part of the ARC team.  Originally from Bartonville, IL, Ted graduated from IWU with a degree in Political Science. During his time at IWU, Ted also completed the Oxford program. He began by working for ARC in the summer of 2012. He successfully completed the application for Bloomington-Normal Read more about Ted Delicath ’13[…]