Date & Time: February 16, 2021 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Location: Online

In this program, Saul shares his story of helping others in need to emphasize the value of servant leadership, and how to give back to different communities through service-learning initiatives and humanitarian projects.


On a service-learning spring break trip to his mother’s hometown, Saul discovered a withering cinderblock elementary school, flowered by beautiful fields of sugarcane. Struck by the charm and contrastingly severe poverty of the six-classroom building, Saul decided to act.


He found the students living in aluminum shanties and sleeping on the floor, lacking motivation for school. Determined to help make a difference in the lives of the children, and armed with the knowledge that education provides youth a solid foundation, Saul made it his mission to raise funds to reconstruct their school.


After an arduous three-year labor of love, and with the help of a community of scholars wanting to make a difference, the 134 elementary students graduated in a newly reconstructed school.


This event is funded and sponsored by Circle K International and the Student Government Association. Register today!


The Leadership Certificate program, a joint effort between the Center for Career and Professional Studies, the Center for Student Involvement, and the Willumstad School of Business,  is free and open to all undergraduate and graduate students at Adelphi. Students are welcome to join our community on Moodle at any point in the school year.

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