2014 – 2015 CAVE Leadership Team
From left to right: Chad, Calley, Vincent, Megan, Diego, Claire
Words to describe the CAVE experience: Life-changing, Friendship, Rewarding, Engaging, Service, Camaraderie, Growth, Compassion, Commitment, Supportive Dedication, Mentorship, Family, Innovative
Why are you proud to be a part of CAVE’s leadership team?
Claire: CAVE has shaped my college experience into something really special. I am proud to be a part of the team because I get to help create that special experience for my fellow peers.
Diego: I know first-hand all the amazing opportunities that CAVE provides to its volunteers as well as community partners.
Vincent: From the very beginning this organization changed my life for the better, and all I want to do is provide the same for others, and maybe even make it better.
Calley: CAVE allows me to develop student leaders while providing volunteer opportunities for the students of Chico State and much needed service to the local community and the populations we serve.
Chad: I am proud to be part of the leadership team because I can change people’s lives through this organization.
Megan: I’ve already seen a lot of the amazing things that CAVE has done for this community, and I am excited to have a chance to be an even bigger part of those changes in the upcoming school year.
Why should a student volunteer at CAVE?
Claire: Being a volunteer is a great way to get a new perspective of the community you live in and to become a part of it!
Diego: Students should volunteer because it gives them an opportunity to get involved in their community as well as to make great friends while doing so.
Vincent: The skills learned from CAVE can be used anywhere, and the rewarding experience it can give you is priceless.
Calley: It is a fulfilling experience that allows students to expand their knowledge beyond what they are learning in their classes.
Chad: Being involved in this organization has taught me more than a book or class ever will.
Megan: CAVE gives students a chance to get out of their “college bubble” and helps them see Chico as more of a community instead of just a place to go to school.