The national award-winning Partners for Serving (PFS) program gives students the opportunity to engage with youth and adults in a variety of settings at human service agencies throughout Rochester. At the sites, Partners mentor, tutor, facilitate activities and assist with administrative tasks. Partners for Serving requires a commitment of three to twelve hours per week, mostly during the evenings and on weekends. Workshops and trainings are required.
PFS partners with:
Partners for Serving is an approved pathway for Experiential Learning, which is one component of the Uncommon Core at Naz.
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Nazareth's Julie Lloyd and Adam Lewandowski receive the NASPA Grand Silver Medal Excellence Award in 2016.