Manhattan College Graduates Taking on Postgraduate Service Opportunities
Six graduating seniors will join service programs across the country.
Six Manhattan College seniors will continue the Lasallian mission of service to others, after receiving their bachelor’s degrees on May 17.
Three students – Kaiyun Chen ’19, Conlan McDonald ’19 and Samantha Wilson ’19 – will join Lasallian Volunteers this summer. Lasallian Volunteers provide one or more years of service to schools and agencies of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, whose mission is to serve the poor.
Julia Canigiani ’19 has signed up to be a part of the Christian Appalachian Project. The Christian Appalachian Project’s mission is to build hope, transform lives, and share Christ’s love through service in Appalachia.
Ivan Montoya ’19 will serve with Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest, an organization of lay volunteers who culturally immerse themselves for a year or more in different communities, working for social justice, while exploring their spirituality and faith through a framework of Catholic, Ignatian values.
And Reilly Rebhahn will join Loretto Volunteers, where she will participate in a year-long program to explore intentional community living, seek spiritual development and work for social change.