Civic Engagement & Community Service

Serving Others


Lindsey Wilson College prepares students for lives as informed and active citizens. LWC cultivates civic involvement and community building by providing service-learning opportunities in the surrounding region and across the globe. Students who participate will explore poverty, homelessness and environmental and social justice issues.

LWC Bonners in Florida
Bonner Scholars working on a home in St. Augustine, Fla.
In 2016, Lindsey Wilson students combined to give more than 30,000 hours of community service on the local, regional and national levels. The LWC Bonner Scholar Program features more than 80 students dedicated to service-learning. Since 2010, the Lindsey Wilson Bonner Program has been named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

Community Service-Learning Opportunities:

  • Malvina Farkle Campus-Wide Day of Service
  • Summit Manor Nursing Home
  • Center For Courageous Kids
  • Camp Casey After School Program
  • Lake Cumberland Head-Start
  • Lindsey Wilson's Campus Kitchen
  • Operation Christmas Child
  • Safe Halloween
  • Free Theatre Performances for Area School Children

National and Global Service-Learning Opportunities:

  • Residence Life Fall Break Service Trip to God's Love We Deliver in New York, N.Y.
  • Annual Dominican Republic Mission Trip
  • Bonner Scholars Spring Break Service Trip in St. Augustine, Fla.
Dominican Malvina Farkle Day Campus Kitchen


	
Natalie Vickous
For more information about service-learning or community partnerships contact:

Director of Civic Engagement and Student Leadership and the Bonner Scholar Program

Natalie Vickous

Career Services and Bonner Scholar Center
Phone: 270-384-7469
E-mail: vickousn@lindsey.edu