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Cedar Crest Christian Fellowship is the interdenominational Christian fellowship at Cedar Crest. It is based on the authority of the Bible as the inherent word of God given to humankind. Students l...Fall 2017
Activities & Affiliations
America Reads and America Counts is a tutoring opportunity that works with local children in before school, during school and after school programs to help children develop and improve their readin...Fall 2017
FADEDFADED (Falcons Advocate Diversity Educational Drama) was the improv group on campus. Students would gather to put on skits (serious and comedic) about college life, campus events, etc. We held weekly rehearsals on Sunday evenings for about two hours. The last Sunday of every month, we would put on a show of our finalized collected skit scenes for all students.Added by Hope
Cedar Crest Christian FellowshipCCCF is the interdenominational Christian Fellowship at Cedar Crest. It is based on the authority of the Bible as the inherent word of God given to humankind. Students lead small, weekly Bible study sessions that offer fellowship, prayer and fun combined with the study of Gods word. CCCF sponsors prayer meetings, speakers, concerts, videos, etc., to provide spiritual growth, application and joy. All activities are open to members of the entire campus community.Fall 2016
Preterite: The Literary ClubPreterite plans various events, including raffle baskets, trips to Broadway, movie nights, game nights, t-shirt sales, and collecting written works for their volumes of The Onyx (works inlcude poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and a cover photo). The club also participates in Poetry Month, where various students can submit poetry pieces. The officers hold bi-weekly meetings for members to plan for future events.Added by Hope
Pinebrook Family Answers
Homemaker / Health AideMay 2016 - Present
I travel to the elderly's homes and assist with light housekeeping. I also attend a mandatory training (at least once every few months) at the office, as to earn required hours for the state. I turn in my timesheets, which keeps track of what I do with each client, at the end of each week for payroll.
America Reads Program
Student TutorSeptember 2017 - Present
As a student tutor, I go to a site of my choosing and help the students with homework and reading. I attend mandatory bi-weekly meetings, where we learn more about how to appropriately handle situations at the sites. I am also required to write journal responses and have a one-on-one meeting with my site supervisor. The hours we work per week gets logged into a payroll system and we get paid once a month for our work.