Community Service

Servant leadership - it is one easy way to spot a Seton woman. Seton students and alumnae are known for their willingness to give back to their communities - here in Price Hill, throughout the U.S. and in the world at large. Seton students understand the impact that can be made by giving of themselves to others. Seton graduates move into their post-secondary experiences with a strong spiritual foundation and commitment to sharing their gifts and blessings with those in need.

Community Service Opportunities

Sheakley BGC 4100 Glenway Avenue 
Kellie Peyton 818-9084 
Homework Heroes M-F 3:45-4:30 
Reading Buddies M-TH 3:45-7:00  F 3:45-6:30    for 45 min

Whiz Kids Wednesdays 4:00-5:20 pm at Roberts Academy- Reading program K-8th Registration deadline September 1.  Program starts late September 
Cristen cjohnson@munozfoundation.org 

Fighting Chance Cincinnati Golden Gloves (Over-the-Rhine) 
1715 Republic Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202        Megan Schmittauer 
513-444-0863   megan@givingkidsafightingchance.org  Tutors are needed Monday -Thursday 3:30-5:30 pm 

If you have any questions regarding any of these programs please contact S. Sandy Howe, SC at howes@setoncincinnati.org 471-2600 ext 191 or cell 937-901-1232

Mission Trip Opportunities

Students took part in mission trips to the following locations:

  • Liberty, KY
  • Guatemala
  • New Orleans, LA
  • Thoreau, NM - Indian Reservation