Allegany Hope introduces Houghton University students to experiential learning opportunities

Allegany Hope finished up two days at Houghton University Friday during the institution’s first Internship Fair, at which students were able to learn about available experiential learning opportunities, from local to international.

Executive Director and Allegany Hope Community News Editor Casey Jones provided students with information on the many broad-based volunteer opportunities it has available for individuals, from high school students to older adults, to make a difference in their own personal lives and those of their families, churches, other community organizations and beyond.

Public health, youth and other ministries within and outside the church, arts, graphics, communications, business and law were among popular topics, along with bringing organizations together to focus on creating greater impacts within their communities.
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