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Club Spotlight: Human Services Club

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The COD Human Services Club is dedicated to connect to human services organizations and help serve our community. They are committed to engaging in plenty of service and volunteer work. Some of their past events include the Sex Trafficking Symposium, a Domestic Violence Fair, and the Sleep Out Saturday to help the homeless. They currently have around 25 members that meet every other Wednesday.

“Our members are always excited and motivated about making a difference in the community,” commented advisor and Assistant Professor in Human Services Jason Florin. This club works directly with local agencies to connect the DuPage community with the resources they need to reach out for help with all kinds of social issues. Their next events will be April 8 when they will be holding a Depression Awareness Fair and April 23 they will be holding a Child Abuse Awareness Fair. Both events include a variety of programs and organizations that people can reach out to. For more information contact Florin at florin@cod.edu.

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Rosalie DeAstis is a freshman at the college and going for a degree in marketing. She graduated from Addison Trail High School in Addison, Illinois in June 2012. Rosalie was the columnist and Co-features editor of her high school paper during her junior year. Senior year she earned the spot of Managing Editor and remained the columnist as well. She was a cheerleader all through high school but is now just focusing on her two jobs. Aside from her new position on the Courier she has been working for Claire’s/Icing accessory stores for almost two years. Rosalie also enjoys drawing, hot yoga, and spending time with her big, Italian family. features@cod.edu 630-942-2713

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