Putting Students to Work for the Community
The Office of Community-based Federal Work Study Programs is committed to providing student workers, community partners, and families/community members with resources to help meet community needs and improve quality of life for local residents. Supporting Azusa Pacific’s civic engagement goals, the office brings together community and university resources to serve and empower the community through sustainable programs. Learn more about the office.
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Theology Faculty Participate in ‘Why We Work’ ProjectAzusa Pacific University theology faculty Gary Black Jr. and Paul Shrier participated in a research project, funded by the Kern Family Foundation, examining the relationship between Christian professionals and their working lives.
Marriage Building Conference for CouplesImprove your marriage with the 2014 Refreshing Your Marriage Conference March 14–15 at Azusa Pacific University, featuring Jim Burns, Ph.D., and Doug Fields of the HomeWord Center for Youth and Family.
APU Hosts C.H.A.M.P. GraduationAzusa Pacific University’s semester-long C.H.A.M.P. program culminates with a graduation ceremony for the fourth-grade participants who have committed to pursuing college.