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With daily life interrupted in response to a global health crisis, we want the to be a place of refuge and recharge for the FSU community. 

Social distance doesn't have to mean total isolation. We can still maintain and continue to build community in new ways.

 

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Apply for a summer of service with the Moellership Program, register for the fall V-rak-ke-ce-tv Cultural Graduation ceremony, apply for the Martin Luther King Book Stipend, or discover something new in this week's roundup of center, campus and community opportunities.

Weekends go by too quickly, and a Women's Leadership Institute weekend filled with empowering talks, workshops, and women leaders is no exception. Forty-nine undergraduate women spent Nov. 2 to Nov. 4 enhancing their leadership identity, capacity and ability at the annual institute.

Come out to one of this week's Moellership information sessions to hear from past recipients, apply for an MLK Book Stipend Award, or discover something new in this week's roundup of center, campus and community opportunities.

Transforming global service, promoting world peace, and inspiring the next generation of leaders doesn’t happen on a typical day at school, unless you’re a part of PeaceJam.

Come to tonight's campus-wide vigil for comfort and healing, attend the ACC Leadership Symposium to tackle hunger, learn more about the Moellership Program next week, and more in this week's roundup of center, campus and community opportunities.

Take learning outside the classroom by registering for this year's Multicultural Leadership Summit or give praise to an influential faculty member through the Transformation Through Teaching program. Find more details about this and and other opportunities at the Center for Leadership & Social Change, on campus, and around the community in this week's roundup.

Take a study break and apply to become a SEC Ambassador or apply for the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Book Stipend Award! Find more details about this and and other opportunities at the Center for Leadership & Social Change, on campus, and around the community in this week's roundup.

As each of us within the FSU community heal and recover from the emotional and physical damage of Hurricane Michael, we may start to ask, "How can I help?"

Here is a list of action steps to effectively assist in hurricane relief and recovery.


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