The Life More Abundant (LMA) program is Randolph College’s justice based service program designed to engage Randolph College students in community projects while exposing them to topics of social justice such as race, socio-economic status, equity, privilege and civic responsibility. By engaging in such work, students will:
Service projects are designed and facilitated by students selected to be Community Fellows. The Community Fellows work closely with our community partners to discuss community and program needs. From this, yearlong partnerships are formed and a series of service projects are established for the academic year.
The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lynchburg provides a safe and friendly space for children in the community to learn, be creative, and have fun! Community Fellows and Randolph students will work with the club to design a reading program for club members. Elements of the program may include: reading time, student to student reading teams, book clubs and more! How can you help make reading exciting while instilling a life long skill that will improve a child’s future?
The YWCA of Central Virginia is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Community Fellows and Randolph students will collaborate with the Ygyrl Leaders Program to enhance the personal, academic, leadership and career development of a diverse group of high school women. What can you share in order to empower young women toward a brighter future?