Each spring, the Sturzl Center for Community Service and Learning hosts Celebrating Service. At this event, students, faculty and community partners share how their own lives and the lives of others have been impacted through service.

The storytelling is inspired by The Moth, an acclaimed not-for-profit organization dedicated to the art and craft of storytelling. Audiences are drawn to the stories, like moths to a flame. These talks were inspired by this idea of five-minute, uninterrupted stories without notes and are both motivating and inspiring!

These celebrating service stories highlight several current and past students, faculty and community partners.


Submissions from 2016

Be Like An Angel, Taylor Baltus

What Band-Aids Can't Fix, Quincy Kissack

Perceptions of Service, Eric Vanden Heuvel

Un Momento, Colton Wiesner