Service Immersion Programs

Planning is well underway for the 2011 - 2012 Rosemont Service Immersion Programs.  Get to know this year's trip leaders and browse some information about each of the trips!

 

2011 - 2012 Service immersion program leaders

 

 

Name:  Marissa Meyers

Year:  Senior

Major:  Pyschology

Hometown:  Philadelphia, PA

Favorite Quote:  Travel is fatal to prejudice, biogtry, and narrowmindedness and many of our people need it sorely on these account.  Broad, wholseome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime.  - Mark Twain

Necessary Item to Include in Service Trip Suitcase:  Journal

Completely Unnecessary Item to Include in Service Trip Suitcas:  Cell Phone

Favorite RSIP Memory:  Spraying paint all over my face while working on a house in Phelps, Kentucky, and Michael's awesome hat.

 

Klarisse Torriente

Name:  Klarisse Torriente

Year:  Sophomore

Major:  Elementary School Education

Hometown:  Newburgh, NY

Favorite Quote:  The time is always right to do what is right.  -Anon

Necessary Item to Include in Service Trip Suitcase:  Clothes

Completely Unnecessary Item to Include in Service Trip Suitcase:  Laptop Computer

Favorite RSIP Memory:  Watching people grow and break out of their shells!

 

Waynetta Faust

Name:  Waynetta Faust

Year:  Senior

Major:  Philosophy and Political Science

Hometown:  South Philadelphia, PA

Favorite Quote:  One's philosophy is not best expressed in words; it is expressed in the choices one makes...and the choices we make are ultimately our responsibility.  -Eleanor Roosevelt

Necessary Item to Include in Service Trip Suitcase:  Good socks

Completely Unnecessary Item to Include in Service Trip Suitcase:  Laptop Computer

Favorite RSIP Memory:  Real talk about life at two in the morning with my trip bunkmates.

 

Hannah Callaghan

Name:  Hannah Callaghan

Year:  Sophomore

Major:  Education

Hometown:  Havertown, PA

Favorite Quote:  How wonderful it is that nobody need to wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.  -Anne Frank

Necessary Item to Include in Service Trip Suitcase:  Playing cards

Completely Unnecessary Item to Include in Service Trip Suitcase:  Jewelry

Favorite RSIP Memory:  Trying crawfish for the first time in New Orleans!