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Caption BulletThe King Day of Service brought nonprofit organizations to the CSUDH campus to provide
students with options for volunteer work in their local communities; more below

Samuel Joey Alleyne: MPA Student Shapes Local Youth With Partnership Between Carson Nonprofit and University

Samuel Joey Alleyne, an M.P.A. student at California State University, Dominguez Hills and associate production manager and dance instructor for Positive Images of Self Expression (PISE), collaborated with Gayle Ball Parker, director of University Outreach and Information Services to bring a production of “High School Drama,” a show created by PISE and sponsored by the City of Carson Fine Arts & Historical Commission, to local high school students in the University Theatre. The objective: to encourage enrollment for both the Carson-based nonprofit and the university.

Samuel Joey Alleyne
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Amanda Arvizo
Amanda Arvizo: Student Finds Success with Helping Hands

A year ago, Amanda Arvizo was a senior at Banning High within the International Trade Education Program Global Safety and Security Academy. Her grades were slipping, college was about the furthest thing from her mind, and it seemed she had nowhere to turn for help. Forced to leave her home, she has lived in five places in the past 12 months, but thanks to a support network pulled together from Banning, ITEP, the College of Business Administration and Public Policy at California State University, Dominguez Hills, and the Port of Los Angeles, she is now into her second semester at the university with a very clear goal in front of her: become the first in her family to graduate from college.

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Photo above: The King Day of Service brought organizations including Friends of the L.A. River, Habitat for Humanity and the
Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum to the CSUDH campus to provide students with options for volunteer work in their
local communities.

Sheree Andaya, coordinator, JusticeCorps (at left), and Mele Kaveinga, senior, political science and university representative for JusticeCorps, recruited students for an internship in the Los Angeles County court system.

The event was hosted by the Center for Service Learning, Internships, & Civic Engagement (SLICE). For more information on JusticeCorps at CSU Dominguez Hills, click here.

Photo by Joanie Harmon



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