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Have a question for the Center for Career & Community Engagement? Contact us.

Katie Martoche, 
Center Director and Title IX Coordinator
Franciscan Hall, Room 107
716-649-7900, ext. 291
Fax: 716-648-3327

Rachel Wozniak, 
Assistant Director
Franciscan Hall, Room 104



Hilbert College
Day of Service

A Franciscan Day of Caring

Friday, September 28th 
8:45am - 2pm
Light Breakfast and Lunch Included
Check-in at 8:45am, Campus Center


For questions, please contact Rachel Wozniak (

Day of Service 

On Friday, September 28, Hilbert College will be joining our fellow Franciscan colleges and universities across the nation in participating in a campus-wide Day of Service to allow students, alumni, faculty, staff and friends to live out the Hilbert mission of serving and strengthening their communities.

Students, alumni, faculty, and staff are invited to participate and be a part of Hilbert’s Day of Service, the kick-off event for Hilbert College's True Blue Weekend! This day is an important opportunity for Hilbert volunteers to see and understand the impact and importance of service, as well as take action to promote equality, justice, respect and compassion.

Volunteers are asked to dress appropriately for the work that they will be performing.  Pants, jeans or knee-length shorts and closed-toe, sturdy shoes (such as sneakers) with socks are required. Volunteers should not wear tank tops, sweatpants, yoga pants, leggings or revealing/tight-fitting clothing.  Hilbert t-shirts will be provided at check-in to all volunteers who register prior to September 20th. 

Check-in is at 8:45am in the Campus Center.  Transportation to and from our community partners will be provided, along with lunch at about 1:00pm in Hilbert’s Campus Center.

Our community partners for Hilbert College Day of Service will be announced later this summer. 

If you are a non-profit or community organization who would like to partner with Hilbert College as part of our Day of Service, please reach out to Rachel Wozniak at


Learning Objectives

As a result of participating in Hilbert College’s Day of Service, participants will:

  1. Engage in meaningful acts of service in local communities.

  2. Articulate and recognize issues of equity.

  3. Understand the value and diversity of communities and cultures as a priority in decisions and actions.

  4. Explore and connect to God's call for justice in the world.