Most of rotaracts events are done as an individual

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I started college last semester, but it was definitely one of my favorite ones. Most of Rotaract’s events are done as an individual group, so it was very nice and fun being around new and friendly faces that I am sure I will be seeing around campus and being able to socialize with people that I can continue to build on the budding relationships with. In addition to bolstering my resume for when I plan on transferring, I am able to help anyone who may not be as fortunate as I am without giving money, which is huge for me considering I want to help people but do not necessarily have the funds to be able to donate monetary values. That’s the biggest takeaway from Trinity’s service projects: all the events require little to no money ever, so for anyone who
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Thompson 2 may not be able to financially contribute, they are still able to help out their community by just donating a little time out of their day (most events are only a few hours and on the weekends in the morning, although there are other options to fit all schedules) and some light labor. In addition to all the above, it’s a great way to get out and socialize with people you may not normally interact with, and as we’ve learned this semester in class, meeting new and different people and getting new and different perspectives from your own is very beneficial to growth both personally and intellectually. 10/10 would recommend taking any volunteering opportunities for anyone in the coming future.
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