Sociology Professor Reber Dunkel is the coordinator of SERVE.
Randolph-Macon prides itself on being a caring and compassionate community. Through
its dynamic Students Engaged in Responsible Volunteer Experiences program (SERVE),
students celebrate the college’s tradition of service to others.
R-MC Sociology Professor Reber Dunkel is the
coordinator of SERVE and works in conjunction
with the Office of Student Life. Dunkel
coordinates student service opportunities and serves as a liaison to the marketing
department so that our students’ community efforts can be recognized on the R-MC
Web site and in the greater community.
Click on the links below to read about the exciting community connections that R-MC
students are making.
SERVE: El Salvador
Emily Halata '06
Alpha Phi Omega
Brothers for Change
Danielle Corso '12
In 2010-11, R-MC students collectively amassed almost 8,000 volunteer hours. Nearly
50 students spent an alternative Spring Break in Florida for a combined 950 hours
with Habitat for Humanity and 130 hours for a Haiti Relief project. Students in
R-MC’s Greek organizations contributed more than 4,500 hours of collective service
to the community, collected 550 pounds of canned food, donated 60 inches of hair
to Locks of Love, 21 toys to Toys for Tots and generous funds to various organizations.
In addition, money was raised on campus and donated to the Red Cross & Partners
in Health for the Haiti Earthquake Relief. The SERVE program, in the Office of Student
Life, is an integral part of Randolph-Macon’s Leadership Development and Service