Maryland's Service Year Option program provides people ages 18 to 21 in Maryland with a nine-month paid work and mentorship opportunity.
Moore’s newly-created service and civic innovation department would create partnerships between graduates and employers as part of the service year program.
The group donates leftovers from the university's dining halls to a local church called Christian Life Center.
Requests for Meals on Wheels deliveries in the area have doubled amid the pandemic.
SAAC also hosts activities such as mental health talks for student-athletes.
Money is good, but action is better — Terp Thon needs a change.
Meaningful and useful service requires education.
The University of Maryland should make serving the community a general education requirement.