Red Cross Campus Clubs
Whether you are looking to continue your Red Cross service from high school, or interested in the Red Cross as a new service opportunity, a collegiate Red Cross campus club is a great way to get involved.
As a campus club you will engage with key national and international issues. You might help to alleviate the chronic blood shortage in America by hosting a blood drive, work to fight measles in Africa or respond to local or national disasters. A campus club allows you to address important issues in incredibly creative ways that make sense for your community.
For more information about starting a Campus Club click here: http://redcrossyouth.org/college/college-resources/
Join the National Collegiate Assembly!
The National Collegiate Assembly (NCA) is a network of Collegiate Red Cross Clubs and their Chapters. This network facilitates communication and builds collegiate partnerships within each division and across the nation.
Learn more about the National Collegiate Assembly and join an upcoming Connect Call! National Collegiate Assembly – Hub Club Fact Sheet
Making the Transition: High School to College
Many youth who participate in high school Red Cross Clubs go on to college and continue to serve the Red Cross and its mission. The National Youth Council is here to provide resources that we have found to be useful when transitioning from high school to college. If you have any questions, please email us at YouthInvolvement@redcross.org.
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If you have a great story about your club that you would like shared with youth across the United States, email it to YouthInvolvement@redcross.org and we may include it in the next YouthWire!