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Community Involvement

Environmental Club

The St. John’s Environmental Club is devoted to promoting environmentalism and improving the Annapolis campus. In the past two years, the environmental club has set up a college-wide bike share program, donated leftover dining hall food once a week to the Lighthouse (a homeless prevention support center), set up school-wide events such as Earth Day, and organized seminars on various environmentally related topics.

Pink Triangle Society

Pink Triangle is an LGBTQIA alliance group. They meet weekly to have seminar-style discussions about sexuality and gender. “What unites people who are queer and/or transgender other than the obvious?” and, “What makes something taboo?” Including a dance, the Pink Triangle organizes on-campus and community activism efforts like Sexual Awareness Week. The club also attends relevant events like plays, protests, and concerts in the local area.

Project Polity

This student-run organization arranges group volunteer opportunities. Traditionally, Project Polity coordinates several large activities per year. Past projects have included: elementary school tutoring, senior center activities, homeless shelter work, and many more. Visit the Volunteer Opportunities page to learn how to get involved.