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CSER 531-001: LIBERTY COUNSEL MEDIA RELATIONS
CSER 531-002: LIBERTY COUNSEL UNIVERSITY RELATIONS
CSER 533-001: CIRCLE K CLUB
CSER 555-001: CONCERNED WOMEN FOR AMERICA
CSER 571-001: AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY


CSER 531-001: LIBERTY COUNSEL MEDIA RELATIONS
Supervisor: Charla Bansley (592-4885 or Email)
Liberty Counsel is a ministry affiliated with Liberty University and located in Green Hall across from Centra Health. Liberty Counsel's media department is looking for students with a passion for advancing religious freedom, the sanctity of life, and family values. If you are articulate, a good writer, witty, and will help promote positive communication, Liberty Counsel is the CSER for you! Media interns research topics and write radio scripts for radio shows that are aired daily on over 500 stations. They engage on social media. Graphic design experience is a huge plus. They also lead other projects, such as our Day of Purity.

Last updated: 1/8/13

CSER 531-002: LIBERTY COUNSEL UNIVERSITY RELATIONS
Supervisor: Charla Bansley (592-4885 or Email)
Liberty Counsel is a ministry affiliated with Liberty University and located on Green Hall. Liberty Counsel's media department seeks students for online public relations activities. Successful applicants will be positive, witty students with excellent writing, spelling, and computer skills who want to use their skills to promote their university.

Last updated: 1/8/13

CSER 533-001: CIRCLE K CLUB
Supervisor: Lew Weider (582-2325 or
Email)
Circle K is sponsored by Kiwanis International. The emphases of the organization are community service and leadership development. Students participating in Circle K for Christian/Community Service at Liberty will help plan and participate in various community service projects. Admission to Circle K is through application only. For information, contact Dr. Lew Weider at ext. 2325. Annual dues of $5 per member are required.

Last updated: 2/24/09

CSER 555-001: CONCERNED WOMEN FOR AMERICA
Supervisor: Janet Robey (401-8852 or
Email)
Students will have the opportunity to actively participate in Liberty University's Prayer/ Action Chapter of Concerned Women for America. Our mission is to protect and promote biblical values among all citizens - first through prayer, then education, and finally by influencing our society - thereby reversing the decline in moral values in our nation. Students will interact with Liberty students to keep them informed and involved through written and verbal correspondence. As projects arise, students may make phone calls, research Virginia legislation, write articles for the State web page and help with mailings. Students will help prepare for, promote and attend bi-monthly meetings, and yearly trips to Richmond or Washington, D.C.

Last updated: 3/31/09

CSER 571-001 AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
Supervisor: Lesley Mink (845-0973 or Email), Julie Satterwhite (845-0973 or Email), or Ollie Bobbitt (944-3505 or Email)
The American Cancer Society is the nationwide community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy and service. Volunteers for programs and/or administrative efforts are always needed to help with mailings, providing services to cancer patients and their families, etc. The Lynchburg office is open M-F from 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Please contact (434) 845-0973 for more information about volunteer opportunities.

Last updated: 8/24/12

 

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