WHAT IF JCU FRESHMAN PARTNERED WITH A CLEVELAND NEIGHBORHOOD TO WORK IN FOR 4 YEARS?
John Carroll University students strive to be men and women for and with others, through experiential learning opportunities.
Many Cleveland residents face a myriad of problems created by a history of poverty.
The JCU Neighborhood Project is an opportunity to focus the time and talents of JCU students, faculty, and staff in collaboration with residents and business owners to address those problems preventing those residents and business owners from thriving.
What if History students captured and told Cleveland history long forgotten?
What if Finance students taught residents financial literacy?
What if English students captured and told stories of community characters?
What if Entrepreneurship students ignited residents' creative confidence?
What if Exercise Science students developed community wellness and fitness programs?
What if Counseling students helped residents work through the trauma that can come with lives lived in poverty?
What if JCU freshman partnered with a
Cleveland neighborhood and spent four years
building relationships with residents
and business owners as students applied
their learning to help the neighborhood thrive?
What if JCU students and neighborhood
residents taught each other to fish?