Press Release Archive 2012
Paul Avvento ’07 served as a Lasallian Volunteer for two years. He's now a teacher and the director of student activities at De Marillac Academy, while also pursuing his master's through the Lasallian Fellowship Program.
Kathleen Bulson ’09 has always enjoyed volunteering and helping others. Her experience as a Lasallian Volunteer taught her independence and set her on a career path in service work.
Christina Caughey ’09 served as a founding Lasallian Volunteer in New Orleans. The experience changed her life for the better and helped her decide on what path to pursue in the future.
The Lasallian Volunteers program gave Robert Vitelli ’97 the experience he needed to get into community organizing. He now serves as COO of Long Island GLBT Services Network where he's been helping youth for the past 11 years.
Chenelle Bruce ’02 wanted to take a year off before attending grad school. But 10 years later, after a rewarding experience as a Lasallian Volunteer, she's still teaching and can't imagine a better career.
An unforgettable two-week trip to Israel and Palestine provided a group of education majors with a look at schooling and culture halfway around the world.
While each Jasper experience is unique, there are certain rituals that bond all members of the Manhattan College community long past graduation. So take time to share in our favorite enduring Jasper traditions, both old and new!
Manhattan College sat down with alumna Aliann Pompey on the eve of her fourth Summer Olympic Games to hear more about her training schedule.
This year, four dedicated members of the past and present Manhattan College community are celebrating jubilee anniversaries as Christian Brothers. Thank you for your service!
A subway ride away from the bright lights of midtown, the picturesque Bronx neighborhoods of Riverdale, Fieldston and Kingsbridge have attracted the eye of Hollywood’s directors for years. How many have you seen?