CityQuest: For Community Organizations
CityQuest is a great way to introduce your organization to energetic SPU students through a day of service. Community-serving organizations within a 10 miles of Seattle Pacific University were invited to submit project requests.
We are excited for students to serve with so many Seattle area organizations who are building relationships in our communities.
CityQuest 2016 Organizations include:
- Ballard Boys & Girls Club
- Ballard Church
- Crista Senior Center
- Dr. Jose Rizal Park
- El Centro de la Raza
- Emmanuel Bible Church
- Empowering Youth and Family Outreach
- Food Lifeline
- Friends of Cheasty Greenspace
- Friends of Martha Washington Park
- Friends of the Burke-Gilman Trail at Sand Point
- Greater New Bethel Church
- King County Parks
- Lake Burien Presbyterian Church
- L'Arche Noah Sealth of Seattle
- Magnuson Environmental Stewardship Alliance
- Meadowbrook Community CARE
- North Beach Park Forest Stewards
- Operation Nightwatch
- Quest Church
- Rainier Valley Food Bank
- Redeeming Soles
- Seattle Community Church
- Seattle Union Gospel Mission @ New Start High School
- St. Therese Catholic Academy
- Seattle Urban Academy @ UGM YROC
- Seattle Urban Impact
- Taproot Theatre Company
- World Concern
CityQuest Project Overview:
- Projects should be located within 10 miles of SPU's campus.
- Projects should fill a time of 4 hours (with a 30 minute lunch break).
- Students will arrive to your project site around 10:30 a.m.
- Students will leave your project site around 2:30 p.m.
- Students will be in groups of 20+.
Questions about CityQuest? Contact Caenisha Warren, Coordinator for Events and Student Ministries: email@example.com.
CityQuest: For Faculty
Faculty Engagement through CityQuest
SPU Faculty are invited to participate in CityQuest with their students. Our hope is that you will participate in the CityQuest day of service, helping an organization whose mission compliments your course content. We encourage you to return to your CityQuest site for an additional day of service in Fall Quarter.
To recommend a service site for a CityQuest project or to sign up to participate with your class, e-mail Caenisha Warren (firstname.lastname@example.org).
“It made me want to do more community service, because I saw that it helped people … and when a train like this starts, it can't be stopped.” — SPU freshman, returning from CityQuest
See more reports on CityQuest at our Archive page.