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Aggies for Common Ground is a club designed to get students involved with Common Ground Outdoor Adventures. This local non-profit organization provides adaptive outdoor recreation to people with disabilities. The club will plan and run fundraisers and activities for the participants at Common Ground. Aggies for Common Ground will give you the opportunity to meet new people, serve in your community, build your resume, and have a great time while doing it!
Contact Person: Brandon Hustead
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First Objective: To create a more efficient relationship among Air Force officer candidates, in particular within the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. Function of the First Objective: To provide opportunities for a greater interaction among collegiate level Air Force officer candidates and to encourage increased communication with Air Force officers and leaders in national defense, government, and industry. Second Objective: To aid in the development of effective Air Force officers. Function of the Second Objective: To provide more opportunities for Air Force officer candidates to exercise leadership, management, organizational, and public relations skills. Third Objective: To further the purpose, traditions, and concepts of the United States Air Force. Function of the Third Objective: To provide opportunities for officer candidates to participate in campus and community service activities, demonstrating the close relationship between civilian and military institutions.
Contact Person: Jeremy Keys
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In the Berryman Club we focus on human-wildlife interactions both through community educational outreach programs and service projects. Also we strive to provide contacts with professionals in the field and hand on experience.
Contact Person: Ryan Hirschi
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We aim to serve local families that are caring for a loved one who is terminally ill. Caring for someone as they are dying can be an emotional, difficult process. By performing service projects, we help these families with everyday tasks and provide them with more time to be with their loved ones.
Contact Person: Steve Wilcox
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Four pillars: Advocacy, Cancer Education, Relay for Life, and Survivorship.
Contact Person: KC Esplin
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USU Collegiate 4-H provides members with activities and recreation, service projects, leadership skills, and social gatherings while enhancing youth development through direct service to 4-H members and other young people.
Contact Person: Leisl Fuentes
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Purpose is to: -Provide guidance and information for careers and future study -Promote service within the community -Foster lasting relationships -Find pleasure in socializing with others on similar career paths
Contact Person: Sierra Summers
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The purposes of our organization are: 1) To create pleasant and beautiful ambiance music for patients and visitors at Logan Regional Intermountain Hospital to enjoy. 2) Provide opportunities for students at USU who play music to give meaningful service in the community.
Contact Person: Stacie Gregory
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We are dedicated to the academic and professional success of students and professionals in the engineering field and are especially focused on African-Americans. Through our service and outreach activities we hope to reach out underprivileged communities and encourage students to pursue STEM careers.
Contact Person: Jeni Keller
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Inform students about the opportunities that are available in the health field regarding eye-care and vision correction. Service oriented: collect & sort glasses to send to Peru. Organize a 5K each year and donate proceeds to a Charity.
Contact Person: Teresa Bodrero
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to recognize and reward academic excellence and leadership through service. This organization is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and identifies individuals with proven or potential professional and community service. This organization gives opportunities to build professional leadership, supplies a structure for building competence skills in management and leadership, provides networking with established professionals, and allows for mentoring by alumni.
Contact Person: Jordan Fultz
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Use improv games to illustrate Play Theory principles as they apply to personal and interpersonal skills.
Contact Person: Tommy Thompson
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To encourage and promote higher education as a rehabilitative pathway for individuals previously charged with or convicted of crimes and those affected by them.
Contact Person: Shelby Larae Herman
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Rotaract is a service club that does community and international service throughout the year. Over spring break every year we do an international service project. This year we will be going to Agua Prieta, Mexico. If members attend 75% of the service and fundraising activities, cost for the trip will only be $200 per person. This includes gas and most meals while we are in Mexico.
Contact Person: Ariel Cunningham
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1. Increasing our knowledge of Russian culture and history. 2. Understanding how to use Russian to enrich our future professional endeavors. 3. Provide service. 4. Creating friendships and memories.
Contact Person: Stephany Delgado
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The Student Gerontology Association promotes the study of aging for students in any department or major, facilitates contacts with community organizations providing services to older adults, and offers information and guidance about careers in gerontology.
Contact Person: Evan Pool
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SOSNR (Student Organization for Society and Natural Resources) works to bridge the gap between humans and the natural environment through service opportunities and other fun events! USU's SOSNR is the founding student chapter of the International Association for Society and Natural Resources.
Contact Person: Grant Holyoak
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Working with UNICEF, the campus initiative club works for children's rights. We focus on three different areas: Educating, Advocating, and Fundraising. We raise awareness of the different current events happening around the world that are effecting the lives of children. We believe that zero children should die from a preventable cause.
Contact Person: Kris (Kristyn) Sakurai
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To provide lower-cost veterinary services to the pets of veterinary students attending USU and to provide students with the opportunity to gain clinical practice in small animal medicine.
Contact Person: Cameron Brock
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College students rallying together with the community to help Make-A-Wish grant the wishes of children with life threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with joy, strength, and hope.