The Nicaragua Project

The purpose of this organization is to enhance and expand upon the works of the St. Joseph’s faculty-driven Nicaragua Project. Students have the opportunity to participate in a service learning experience by interacting and participating in the lives of the residents of Subtiava, Nicaragua.

At the College, students will help raise funds and gather supplies for future trips, plan for future trips and raise awareness about the project. The Nicaragua Project also works to support the travel of SJC students both financially and through words of encouragement prior to, during and after their trip. The project unites students with similar values and hopes to build a connection throughout humanity.


Club moderators: Thomas Petriano, Antoinette Hertel
Club email:

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4/25 - 5/10: Long Island. A comedy in two acts.
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