I love my time spent volunteering at the Highlands Oncology Clinic. This opportunity has already taught me so much and has helped me get an idea of the medical field in which i wish to go into.
My time volunteering at Highlands Oncology has been my best experience this year! I am so thankful for this opportunity to comfort patients in a difficult time.
This was my very first day volunteering at Highlands Oncology Clinic in Fayetteville. I enjoyed it so much. The environment is incredible. The staff is very helpful.
A blood drive was hosted yesterday at Sigma Chi where students including several members of Zeta donated blood.
This was my second time going through the house and collecting and organizing and all of the recyclables. These recyclables were then taken to a local drop off where they will be recycled! Yay!
Zeta has recently created a recycling committee that is now promoting recycling throughout the house not only with our members, but with our staff as well. I was able to collect and organize the different recyclables in the house and take them to the local recycling center. It was my first time there and it was neat to see how the whole process worked!
Students that came by showed a lot of interest in our club and learning more about it!
I am currently a note taker for four of my classes: Cell Biology, Biochemistry, American National Government, and Calculus. I am requesting service hours for two of those classes, Cell Biology and Calculus. Being a note taker not only allows me to keep myself in check with this class, but it also allows me to help other students attending the university to better prepare themselves for exams and assignments in the course as well as keeping up with the lecture. The Center for Educational Access is an exceptional well organized program that reflects well on the university and benefits students.