Nine Waynesburg University students will serve The Pittsburgh Project (TPP) for a weekend work camp Friday, April 11, through Sunday, April 13. Dave Calvario, dean of students and director of the Center for Service Leadership, will serve as trip leader.
“The Pittsburgh Project serves vulnerable homeowners in neighborhoods throughout the city by providing home repairs,” Calvario said. “It is a Christian Community Development organization.”
Located on the north side of Pittsburgh, TPP is committed to meeting the needs of the Pittsburgh community and providing inner-city housing ministries. For several years, Waynesburg University has partnered with TPP to give homeowners a chance to save their homes as well as prevent possible citation or eviction.
Students participating will assist with general home repairs and focus on building relationships with homeowners.
Students participating in The Pittsburgh Project weekend trip include:
- Kimberly Baston, a freshman journalism major from North Huntingdon, Pa.
- Craig Collins, a freshman biology major from Carmichaels, Pa.
- James Glisan, a sophomore biblical ministry major from West Newton, Pa.
- Nathan Hsueh, a junior computer security and forensics major from Mercer Island, Wash.
- Paige Lane, a freshman athletic training major from West Lafayette, Ohio
- Taryn Leiter, a freshman arts administration major from Erie, Pa.
- Ben Little, a sophomore sociology major from McKeesport, Pa.
- Hannah Szymanik, a senior special education major from Mount Holly Springs, Pa.
- James Witte, a junior political science major from Waynesburg, Pa.
Contact: Ashley Wise, Communication Specialist