Eight students traveling to Bonaire during Winter Break this year, to work with Trans World Radio, a multinational Christian media distributor. The students will depart Saturday, Jan. 6, and return a week later, Jan. 13.
According to Dr. Chad Sherman, assistant professor of communication and one of the trip leaders to Bonaire, students will assist TWR record radio liners, create graphics and marketing materials and complete general maintenance.
This marks Sherman’s fifth year returning to Bonaire with students. For him, showing students how to apply their communication skills to an organization in need.
“I love introducing students to the power and wonder of service,” said Sherman. “They have great skills they’ve developed in the classroom. Now, they can apply those in a manner that serves the Lord and helps an organization that is greatly understaffed.”
Students attending this year’s trip to Bonaire include:
Emily Bennett, junior sports broadcasting/sports information major from New Tripoli, Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania Home Schoolers)
Ashley Hall, junior digital design major from Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania (Riverside High School)
Paul Hicks, junior electronic media major from Annapolis, Maryland (Broadneck Senior High School)
Mitchell Kendra, senior journalism major from Washington, Pennsylvania (Trinity High School)
Robert McKinney, senior sports broadcasting/sports information major from Venetia, Pennsylvania (Peters Township High School)
Colin McLaughlin, sophomore sports broadcasting/sports information major from Berkeley Springs, West Virginia (Berkeley Springs High School)
Stephanie Rogers, junior biblical ministry studies children and youth major from Toms River, New Jersey (Toms River High School North)
Patience Yobp, junior criminal justice administration major from Valencia, Pennsylvania (Mars Area High School)
For more information, contact Kelley Hardie at email@example.com or call 724-852-3461.
Founded in 1849 by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Waynesburg University is located on a traditional campus in the hills of southwestern Pennsylvania, with three additional sites located in the Pittsburgh region. The University is one of only 22 Bonner Scholar schools in the country, offering local, regional and international opportunities to touch the lives of others through service.