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Students participate in Alternative Spring Break with Widener University | cnbnews.net

  Gloucester Transmission

 

CHESTER, PA (03/09/2015)(readMedia)-- Spring break often means a time for students to take a break from their studies. A number of students plan trips with friends, others however participate in Alternative Spring Break (ASB) through Habitat for Humanity.

This year over 50 students participated in ASB at Widener University. Students, faculty, and staff joined in on a number of diverse projects around the country. During their week, students participated in a range of activities from building houses for Habitat for Humanity to weatherization projects in locations including Oklahoma City, West Palm Beach, Fla., New Orleans, and Houston.

Halle Pinizzotto of Gibbstown, NJ, a Nursing major, who will graduate in 2016, provided service in HOUSTON, TX. 

Trissa Pulley of Marlton, NJ, a Education major, who will graduate in 2018, provided service in HOUSTON, TX. 

Kierson Romero of Williamstown, NJ, a Psychology major, who will graduate in 2015, provided service in HOUSTON, TX. 

Taylor Tisi of Williamstown, NJ, a Psychology major, who will graduate in 2015, provided service in HOUSTON, TX. 

Erin Bodine of Moorestown, NJ, a Nursing major, who will graduate in 2017, provided service in NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Monica Lesinski of Williamstown, NJ, a Nursing major, who will graduate in 2018, provided service in NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Kristine Sindoni of Blackwood, NJ, a Psychology / Pre-Physical Therapy major, who will graduate in 2018, provided service in NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Evan Winick of Vineland, NJ, a Mechanical Engineering major, who will graduate in 2016, provided service in NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Kristopher Green of West Deptford, NJ, a Sports Management major, who will graduate in 2017, provided service in OKLAHOMA CITY, OK. 

Ashley DiRienzo of Mullica Hill, NJ, a English Secondary Education major, who will graduate in 2017, provided service in OKLAHOMA CITY, OK. 

Marisa Eisenhower of Clementon, NJ, a Psychology / Pre-Physical Therapy major, who will graduate in 2015, provided service in OKLAHOMA CITY, OK. 

Nicolette Epifani of Mantua, NJ, a Sociology major, who will graduate in 2017, provided service in OKLAHOMA CITY, OK. 

Haili Weney of Mickleton, NJ, a Nursing major, who will graduate in 2017, provided service in OKLAHOMA CITY, OK. 

Rose Bonagura of Mullica Hill, NJ, a Psychology Pre-Physical Therapy major, who will graduate in 2018, provided service in WEST PALM BEACH, FL. 

Widener's ASB organization typically raises $75,000 to $100,000 a year to help fund the trips of all participants. Fundraising efforts run throughout the year and have already begun to help support 2016 trips.

Widener University is a metropolitan university that connects curricula to social issues through civic engagement. Dynamic teaching, active scholarship, personal attention, leadership development and experiential learning are key components of the Widener experience. A comprehensive doctorate-granting university, Widener is comprised of eight schools and colleges that offer liberal arts and sciences, professional and pre-professional curricula leading to associate's, baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral degrees. The university's campuses in Chester, Exton and Harrisburg, Pa., and Wilmington, Del., serve more than 6,000 students. Widener is proud to be a tobacco-free campus. Visit the university's website, www.widener.edu.

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