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AUCSC featured in Fireside Chat and Eagle Article

The AU Community Service Coalition was featured in AUSG President’s first fireside chat.

The Eagle featured the AUCSC in an article about the fireside chat. The full article can be found here.

The Community Service Coalition is a new SG Department that will work with the Community Service Center to provide resources for students wishing to organize community service projects, according to Bronstein. He brought the Coalition into the SG with an executive order signed May 10.

Stephen Bronskill, a sophomore in the School of Public Affairs, will act as director of the Coalition.

Bronskill received a $700 grant from the Eagle Endowment awards in April to start the Community Service Coalition. He will run the Coalition with a staff of 14 AU students.

AUCSC and AUSG Partnership

The following document outlines the new relationship between AUSG and the AUCSC as outlined by President Nate Bronstein and Director Stephen Bronskill.

AUCSC Leadership (click for larger image)

AU Student Government:
Facilitating the AU Community Service Coalition

The American University Community Service Coalition is dedicated to bringing together a diverse group of campus organizations to work towards a common effort in serving our Washington D.C. community. The coalition works to plan, publicize and participate in a variety of service activities across our region. We welcome all campus clubs and organizations to join our coalition that is dedicated to fighting for social, environmental, and economic justice as well as making service a lasting part of our American University community.

The Community Service Coalition will make service opportunities easy, accessible, and fun to join. Instead of creating a new club to complete community service, the coalition will work to employ existing institutions at AU to publicize events and increase turnout at community service events. The student government will play a vital role in facilitating the AUCSC, publicizing events, and achieving the goals of the coalition.

Read the full document here:
Student Government Community Service Coalition

Continue reading ‘AUCSC and AUSG Partnership’

Congratulations to the AUCSC’s New Members!!

On May 11, 2010, along with the executive order effectively making the Service Coalition part of Student Government, President Nate Bronstein signed another executive order: 10-11-007P.  This Executive Order made appointments to the Community Service Coalition.  Below is a list of the appointments.  Congrats to everyone!!! Director Bronskill looks forward to working with everyone!

Click to view:
AUCSC Executive Order 10-11-007

Student Government Joins the AUCSC

On April 23rd, 2010, President of the AUSG Andy MacCracken took a bold step in creating the Student Government Community Service Initative.

A copy of the executive order can be viewed here:
EO 09-10-010P

On May 11, 2010, newly sworn in President of the AUSG Nate Bronstein signed Executive Order 10-110-006.  The Executive Order effectively made the Community Service Coalition part of Student Government and named it the Community Service Coalition. 

The Executive Order signed by President Bronstein can be viewed here:
EO 10-11-006P

AUCSC in The Eagle!

On April 12, 2010 – American University Community Service Coalition was profiled in an Eagle Article!!

Here is the excerpt about the American University Community Service Coalition:

Stephen Bronskill, a freshman in the School of Pubic Affairs, is community service director for EcoSense and College Democrats and one of the founders of AU’s new Community Service Coalition. EcoSense was the primary organizer for AU students’ participation, but the AU Community Service Coalition also organized AU student attendance, Bronskill said.

Nine major campus organizations have joined the Coalition since its inception since February, including the Class of 2013, AU Students for Better Education, the AU Community Service Center, College Democrats, Eagles for D.C., EcoSense, School of Public Affairs Leadership, the SPA Council and the Student Honors Board. Student Government, College Republicans, Honors 101 and the Residence Hall Association will join the organization in the coming weeks, Bronskill said.

Bronskill said he enjoyed taking part in the cleanup on Saturday because students from a number of AU campus organizations worked together.

“The event, itself, was a blast and showed that AU is at its best when it serves others,” he said. “After making new friends, spending a day outside and helping out in the community, I can’t wait for future community service events.”

The entire article can be found on The Eagle’s website


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