Resources and Links
Transportation Information about T routes can be found on www.mbta.com.
Students interested in becoming more involved in advocacy can find extensive and informative resources to do so through the Volunteer and Service Learning Center’s website.
A 4Boston initiative advocating for conscious consumption led to the formation of a Boston College chapter of United Students Against Sweatshops. To find out more information, please contact Anthony Golden at firstname.lastname@example.org.
United Students Against Sweatshops is on Twitter: @BC_USAS!
Other Organizations at BC
4Boston is a program of Campus Ministry, which also sponsors other service programs. Other Volunteer organizations within Campus Ministry are Appalachia, Urban Immersion and Arrupe International Programs. Check out this link to find out more about these programs: Service, Social Justice & Solidarity.
There are other volunteer service learning opportunities at the VSLC, Best Buddies, Campus School, the BC Neighborhood Center, and PULSE. This is not a complete list; there are lots more out there! A good place to find out about student organizations is at Student Organizations and Clubs list.
4Boston in the News
“Unlikely friendship forms in shelter classroom”
The Boston Globe, May 2014
“Boston College 4Boston Partnership a Win/Win!”
Casserly House Newsletter, Spring 2014
“Authentic Eagles: On Spirituality”
The Gavel, February 2014
“Bursting the BC Bubble: 4Boston”
The Gavel, September 2014
“Volunteering 4 Boston”
The Heights, September 1999
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