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6 Easy Ways Students can Celebrate #EarthDay

1. Use less water (hint: turn the sink off while you brush your teeth... don't let the faucet run while you're washing dishes... wear your jeans a few more times before throwing them in the washing machine...)

2. Recycle (hint: actually use the recycling bins... don't mix trash and recyclables... even better, REUSE things before just getting rid of them...)

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Bring Elementary School #EarthDay Ideas to YOUR Campus

Elementary School seems to be the place to celebrate Earth Day.  At least it was for me!  So, I realized that if I wanted to celebrate Earth Day again, I could just look back to elementary school for some inspiration! 

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Why Lent (2014)

Note: This blog is from Lent 2014 (See Lent 2015's update: "A Year Later.  Still Agnostic.  Why Lent (again)?").

The Advisor for our CRS Student Ambassador chapter asked me if I would be willing to write about why I decided to celebrate Lent this year, and these are my thoughts.

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Immigration Simulations: A Replicable Model

CRS Student Ambassadors at three East Coast universities recently held immigration simulations so that students could experience the hardships that many immigrants go through on their journeys to the United States. La Salle University and Saint Joseph’s University, located in Philadelphia, PA, and Saint John’s University, located in Queens, NY, hosted these simulations on their campuses for participants to learn on a more personal level what being an immigrant is like.

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Happy 10 Year Anniversary to Cabrini College & Villanova University!

Catholic Relief Services is honored to celebrate decade-long partnerships with both Cabrini College and Villanova University on Tuesday, April 14, 2015.

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APPLY NOW: CRS Summer Internships 2015

Looking for a way to spend your summer that's fun, meaningful, and will help you develop personally and professionally?  Did you know that Catholic Relief Services offers Summer Internships in many departments at HQ in Baltimore and around the country, including Advocacy, Communications, Legislative Affairs, and University Engagement? We'd love for you to apply and join our team this summer!

Click below to learn about the program in general, get a grasp on the application process, and hear about the experiences of past interns:

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INFOGRAPHIC: State of Your Chapter Results

We are so grateful to the 56 CRS Student Ambassador chapters who filled out the “State of Your Chapter” report.  We loved hearing about all of the wonderful events you're hosting and seeing how much recruitment you’ve done to increase the number of CRS Student Ambassadors on your campuses. This is truly a national movement.  Check out the infographic below which highlights some of the results. A big shout-out to the following schools for their submissions.

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What does Climbing Mountains have to do with Combatting Human Trafficking?

Catholic Relief Services has always been committed to the dignity of the human person and thus has worked tirelessly to combat human trafficking around the world. 

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