Arnie von Massenhausen '86, Don Blach '85 and Joe Pecoraro '87
Arnie von Massenhausen '86, Don Blach '85, and Joe Pecoraro '87 enjoy cooking great meals regularly at a local shelter in San Jose.
Ashkon Jafari '08
Ashkon Jafari '08 found that SCU's concept of the "Three C's" were really instilled in him for years to come.
Nancy Hubbell Eldredge '74
Nancy Hubbell Eldredge '74 manifests SCU's Jesuit ideology through volunteer outreach.
Fred Lentz '65
After attending Santa Clara, and after retiring from teaching himself, Fred Lentz '65 cofounded a program to help under represented students attend college.
St. Raymond School
The Jesuit values that were instilled in Broncos as Santa Clara University students continue as they continue to lead by example and now mentor their children. Without the many dedicated Bronco volunteers, St. Raymond School would not be what it is today. Selflessness is a large factor of volunteer work and no group realizes and lives out this quality more than those in the Bronco community. These alumni volunteers did not even realize the amount of hours they dedicated to the school until Cat Westover '84 interviewed them and brought their significant contributions to their attention.
Morgan Murphy '08 MA '11
Morgan Murphy '08 MA '11 has been teaching as an intern at Sacred Heart Nativity School for the past 3 yrs. Being an intern teacher at Nativity school is similar to volunteering with Teach for America.
Christina Fialho '06
Christina Fialho '06 learned outside of the classroom at SCU and discovered her true calling as a legal advocate for forced immigrants.
Robin Hepworth '06
As a voluntneer coordinator, Robin Hepworth '06 works to help undeserved communities from building houses to organizing after school teaching programs.
Christie Genochio '06
Teach for America high school instructor; graduate student at Johns Hopkins University
Christie Genochio developed valuable skills working on the California Legacy Project.
Beth Tellman '09
Beth Tellman is studying how decisions about the food we eat affect people around the world.
Steve Erbst '88
My wife and I challenged our boys (Cameron & Shane) to find ways to give back to others. As a result, my family came up with a model/program called "Play It Forward Sports". Essentially, the goal was to help low-income families have the opportunity to play sports and also to attend college or professional sporting events.
Dan Flynn '61
Dan Flynn '61 voluntarily uses his knowledge of other languages to assist others abroad.
Robert Kenton '64
Robert Kenton '64 has spent every Wednesday morning since July 2003 at Sacred Heart Community Service Organization. He works in the Pantry making lunches for homeless and hungry customers. Additionally he sorts, packs and distributes food bags to needy families who come to the center to get food for their families.
Lon Normandin '56, Butch Erbst '60, Mel Russi '60, Adolph Quilici '53
For many years, Broncos have been helping serve meals at Martha?s Kitchen in San Jose. On any given Tuesday or Wednesday, there will be a group of SCU alumni behind the counter organizing the meal preparations and directing the other volunteers on getting ready to serve the evening meal.
Brian Betz '05
This past holiday season, Brian Betz ?05 chapter president of the Seattle chapter organized an inaugural Toys for Tots event, in an effort to bring some smiles to the faces of underprivileged families.
Rodger Powers '64
Roger Powers '64 provides support for impoverished communities through ministry organizations.
Alicia K. Gonzales '09
Studying abroad had a profound effect on Alicia Gonzales' undergraduate experience.
Julia Hagan '79 Annie Murphy-Hagan '10
Mother - daughter team, Julia Hagan ?79 and Annie Murphy-Hagan '10 shared their first Alumni for Others (AFO) service day together as fellow alumni.
Mayra Contreras '09
Mayra Contreras '09 - As an intern-teacher at Sacred Heart Nativity School, Mayra Contreras ?09 feels she has learned a lot at this learning based community. She started last year by teaching Writing, Literature, Spanish, and P.E. Although the classes were led by a lead teacher, as the year progressed Mayra was able to teach half the class on her own.
Christopher Muldoon '02
Christopher Muldoon '02 been a member of the all volunteer Portland Mountain Rescue unit for the last six years. After living in Prague teaching doctors medical English, Chris moved back stateside in 2005. Having been a climber all his life, he was looking for an active mountain rescue community and opportunity to combine his love for climbing with volunteering. Portland Mountain Rescue provided just the program.
Andrew Kok MBA '06
Andrew Kok '06 is a dedicated crew captain of a team that participates in "3 Day for the Cure."
Hedy Hightower-Reeves '86
Hedy Hightower-Reeves '86 has helped youth through economic, academic, and mental health support to earn college degrees.
Haydee Diaz '96
For the past four years Haydee Diaz ?96 has lived in San Salvador, El Salvador. Her volunteer experience has been focused on dealing with the issue of migration and how to promote policies and programs that will help Salvadorans stay at home instead of making the life-threatening journey to migrate to the U.S. or elsewhere. However, her most recent volunteer program has been the most rewarding to date.
Joan Stein '81
Joan Stein '81 has been volunteering at the National Alliance on Mental Illness for the last two years. She mostly works the warm line which is the phone line for people to call into if they would like to talk to someone.
Katie Fitzgerald '09
Katie Fitzgerald '09 loved the fact that the Theatre Arts department was small and therefore she knew everyone and received individual attention the teachers.