Posted by Sunshyne Lynch and Allison Khin on May 12, 2021
The last year has been not normal, to say the least, but here at Binghamton, our students have triumphed at adapting their clubs and organizations to work within a more digital world. Here are just some organizations that have excelled during these unusual times.
Alpha Phi Omega
Mission: Alpha Phi Omega (APO) is a national coeducational service organization founded on the principles of leadership, fellowship and service. It provides its members the opportunity to develop leadership skills as they volunteer on their campus, in their community, to the nation and to the organization.
How has your organization adapted to COVID-19?
We have moved leadership and fellowship events to be conducted over Zoom. We have been able to do online service in addition to continuing in-person service. Brothers that do in-person service wear masks and practice safety protocol to ensure they are healthy while serving the community. One of the in-person volunteering opportunities that we hosted was ‘Miles for Matias’ to raise money for pediatric MS, and we are about to hold a fundraiser for the Binghamton Rescue Mission. — Lauren Metzdorffp, Vice President of Membership
Philippine American League (PAL)
Mission: To learn about and spread throughout Binghamton the Filipino values, history, culture and overall…