New FSU Freshmen Learning to Become Volunteers in Community

By: John Rogers Email
By: John Rogers Email

A group of incoming college freshmen are spending their last precious days of summer volunteering instead of partying.

Dozens of new FSU students are taking part in the Service Leadership seminar.

But they're not just sitting in conferences, they spent Tuesday morning at America's Second Harvest, collecting food for needy families.

The students are being exposed to the many ways they can serve the Tallahassee area, and they learn to become leaders for positive change in their communities.

FSU Freshman Sean Chinn says, "Anyone can be a leader, no matter who you are, or where you came from or how bad you were suppressed, you can come out of that by becoming a leader."

During the seminar students will also volunteer at Big Bend Cares and the Refuge House.


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