Is it possible to build a world where everyone sets out to help those in need? Warriors believe it is, and for many, it starts here at Texas A&M University – Central Texas in the Social Work Program. Seventeen students in the Introduction to Social Work course set out to go beyond the classroom and work in the… Continue Reading Warriors in Service to Our Community
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The Texas A&M University-Central Texas Division of Student Affairs has partnered with the City of Killeen in many ways over the years, most recently through the Community First Friday. Starting last year, Community First Friday is a way for students, faculty and staff to increase community engagement and make a positive impact in the Central… Continue Reading Students participate in Community First Friday projects, develop relationships, connections
Texas A&M University-Central Texas College of Business Administration’s Business Ethics course, taught by Jessica Robin, recently completed service-learning volunteer hours at Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) in Temple, Texas. Robin has a special connection to RMHC, and has volunteered there for over a decade. “I have volunteered with this amazing organization for years,” Robin said.… Continue Reading Business Students Give Back to Ronald McDonald House Charities
Bobbie Armstrong, M.A. in History student at Texas A&M University-Central Texas, has always loved history. But this summer, as an intern at the Texas Historical Commission (THC) in Austin, the Killeen native and graduate of Robert M. Shoemaker High School is applying her passion in new ways. Working in the THC’s Historic Resource Survey and Historic Highways program, Armstrong’s job is to restore and preserve forgotten photographs and identify their contents. Continue Reading Graduate Student Interns with Texas Historical Commission