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180 Degrees Consulting is an international student consultancy that helps non-profit organizations to achieve a greater social impact. Teams of students work throughout the year with non-profits to identify & overcome specific challenges they are facing.
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"Active Minds is a national organization that develops and supports student-run mental health awareness, education, and advocacy groups on the college campus."
This organization will provide a safe place for adoptees to share their stories and experiences, and to educate peers about adoption and its policies.
The African Students Association focuses on increasing awareness of diversity and multi-cultural aspects of Africa and the African people. We are committed to sharing the wealth and greatness of Africa with the campus community.
AGES is a gerontology-related club that engages in community activities with the older population in the Ithaca area to increase awareness, reduce stereotypes and strengthen bonds between Ithaca and geriatric facilities in the community.
The Aloha Movement Project is an organization of students whose mission is to "Inspire Creativity, to Ignite Passion, and Discover Purpose".
The Amani Gospel Singers is a gospel choir on the Ithaca College campus that enables individuals who enjoy hearing/singing gospel music to unite. Amani is open to everyone, and does not require auditions to participate.
The American Advertising Federation is devoted to sharing the passion and experience of the Advertising Industry to any student interested. Park AdVenue members work together as a small ad agency on projects for local business and charities.
The purpose of the IC Chapter of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) is to facilitate and enhance professional development in choral singing, education, and conducting through guest lectures, seminars, workshops, discussions, and networking.