CB Students have a new way to log their many service hours. As the new age of technology approaches us, many new ways to advance our student life comes with it. Of these new integrations is the new and only way to submit service hours. Instead of carrying around a piece of paper for reflection […]
CB Students have a new way to log their many service hours.
As the new age of technology approaches us, many new ways to advance our student life comes with it. Of these new integrations is the new and only way to submit service hours. Instead of carrying around a piece of paper for reflection and information, one can now submit their service hours through X2Vol.com.
Because our school is already registered with the website, a student can create an account by visiting the website, clicking “Complete registration here,” and filling out your last name then student identification number.
Reasons for switching from paper to paperless is pretty simple.
“It saves a lot of paper, and it’s way more convenient,” says Mrs. Jennifer Lystrup. “Students can now just pull out their smart phone right then and there after serving and submit them to the website.”
Students should begin to familiarize themselves with this new way to register service hours because it is here to stay and it is great for for a college transcript. Although 25 hours hours are required to graduate, it takes 75 hours for any to be recorded on your transcript. There are a numerous ways to serve the community and have it recorded for service hours.
Mateo Garnica (‘14), a Lasallian Youth member explains his experience with the new website.
“It’s a lot more convenient,” says the junior. “If I lose my paper, the electronic file is still there. I really love it!”
In addition to the Lasallian Student Life group, there is another group on campus to consider joining for service hours and a great experience, Wellspring. These two groups do service which counts towards service hours, however on campus activities towards service are not required to be considered for legitimate service hours.
So if you’re on the fence of what to do for service hours, get out there and find something you like, the options are limitless,
“It’s really awesome how many kids there are doing things they enjoy for service hours.” Mr. Lystrup says.