We’re so lucky that Nikki Cattan, a recent grad from West Chester University, is spending the summer interning with us! When she started, we asked her…
I learned about Challah for Hunger from the Director of Service-Learning and Volunteer Programs at West Chester University and the leadership summit that will occur in July. I am here to help out with the summit along with other projects for the summer and I am excited to get involved!
You just graduated from West Chester University — Congrats! What advice do you have for students entering college?
Thank you! Get involved in everything you possibly can because it will make your experience so much more fun and memorable.
What’s a cause or non-profit that is important to you? Why?
The education and awareness of HIV/AIDS. In college I participated in the Alternative Spring Break program and we went to Pittsburgh to volunteer with the Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force. After that experience, I learned about the virus and the stigma towards people who have it.
Welcome Nikki to the team by emailing her at [email protected].