Plans for early 2018
While details remain to be settled, there are plans for the following activities in the first few months of 2018.
Skating party at a local ice rink. Perhaps around Beanpot time and perhaps in collaboration with local alumni groups from BU, Harvard, and Northeastern.
Hike to Eagle Rock. The cover photo on the chapter’s Facebook page was taken at Eagle Rock. It is accessible on the Pacific Crest Trail, which we can reach on a 3-mile (each way) hike from Warner Springs.
Later in March, we’re thinking of a tour of the Flying Leathernecks Aviation Museum, located at Marine Corps Air Station, Miramar. The day may also include a visit to the air station’s Officers Club, which contains artifacts from the movie, Top Gun.
Also under consideration is a tour of public art at UC San Diego. We do expect to arrange a service activity in conjunction with BC’s “Global Days of Service” in April.
We welcome any thoughts and suggestions.
Are you passionate about a Catholic Jesuit education? Do you have 2-4 hours a month at some point over the next year? Cristo Rey San Diego High School needs your help! See details below:
Cristo Rey San Diego High School will soon be a part of the largest network of high schools in the country that exclusively serve low-income youth.
Currently, a Feasibility Study is underway to assess the need and support for a Cristo Rey school in San Diego. As part of this study, the Feasibility Study Committee is surveying community leaders, potential students, and potential parents.
Volunteers are needed to help with Community Surveys.
Ideal volunteers would have:
Public speaking skills
Volunteer will present the Cristo Rey model to potential parents (parents of current 6th graders)
Volunteer will present the Cristo Rey model to potential students (current 6th graders)
Time in order to present and give/collect surveys to parents, and students
During school hours at public, charter, and catholic schools,
And/or After school hours at schools and community programs,
And/or On Sundays at parishes, after mass and during CCD.
Fluency in Spanish would be helpful but not necessary
Ties to the local community would be helpful but not necessary
All materials and training will be provided. To get involved or learn more, contact email@example.com.