Student Leadership Awards 2016
Apr25

Student Leadership Awards 2016

Numerous students from Immaculata University were recently recognized as campus leaders by earning awards in nine various categories. The student and award follows: 1.    RACAPA (Resident Assistant/Commuter Assistant/Programming Assistant) Staff Member of the Year – Nicole Caromano ’16 of Collegeville, PA 2.    Club/Organization of the Year – Enactus 3.    Rising Student Leader – Divida Veneziano ’18 of Worcester, PA 4.    Engaged...

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Worth it: The Emilia Wojtyla Women’s Shelter in Bolivia
Feb15

Worth it: The Emilia Wojtyla Women’s Shelter in Bolivia

When Father Luciano Ciciarelli spoke about working among the poor in Latin America, Katherine Cartagena Orochi ’15 was impressed by his enthusiasm. He was visiting her parish to share about the initiatives he was involved with, and she felt compelled to approach him after his talk. “Have you ever been to Bolivia?” she asked him. She had grown up in El Alto, Bolivia and was working in the U.S. as an au pair. She knew firsthand the...

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IU Student Awarded “Philly’s Future” Scholarship
May05

IU Student Awarded “Philly’s Future” Scholarship

Immaculata University student Anne Marie DeCarolis ’17 of Nottingham, PA, was awarded the “Philly’s Future” Scholarship from the Philly Ad Club, a trade association of advertising, media, creative, marketing, and public relations professionals in the Greater Philadelphia area. DeCarolis, a marketing management and business management dual major, was one of seven students in the Philadelphia area selected for the scholarship in...

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Enactus Team wins Regional Championship
Mar26

Enactus Team wins Regional Championship

  Immaculata University’s Enactus team emerged as the League Champion at the Enactus Regional Championship held in Baltimore recently.  They are invited to the National Championship held in Kansas City, MO in mid-May. The Immaculata Enactus team demonstrated the meaning of entrepreneurship in action through its outstanding work organizing three projects: contributing to Campbell’s “Let’s Can Hunger” projects,...

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