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After School Community Action Program (CAP): CAP students volunteer by tutoring, playing with kids and building relationships working alongside others. St. X students help kids with their homework, work in soup kitchens, provide childcare at shelters, work with kids with special needs and much more.
Contact: Mr. JK Klaiber

Big Brothers: Big Brothers is a mentoring program for juniors and seniors. It meets about every other weekend for group outings. As a big brother, you pair up for the year with a little brother age 8-12 who is in need of a strong male role model. Open to Juniors and Seniors.
Contact: Ms. Anne Schoelwer

Big Buddies: Big Buddies serve as much-needed male role models for children through the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati. All activities take place at the Clubs. Big Buddies help kids with their school work, play games, and just hang out with some pretty fun kids.
Contact: Mr. JK Klaiber

Canned Food Drive: CFD is a huge all-school effort in which we collect thousands of pounds of food for those in need. Nearly everyone participates in some way. You will be involved through Homeroom.
Contact: Mr. Matt Kemper

Mission Club: These students help out with the Mission Collection on Wednesdays. They also help spread the word about the Mission projects each week. Meets mostly on Wednesdays.
Contact: Mr. Matt Kemper

Mission Trips: Open to juniors, these incredibly formative experiences offer an opportunity to be with those in need in an intimate manner. They occur in the summer between junior and senior year.
Contact: Mr. Matt Kemper

Peer Tutoring: Peer tutoring is a great way to be of service to others right here in your St. X community. Tutors are paired with students who need help in a specific class and typically meet once a week during common free time. If interested in learning more or signing up to be a tutor, visit Mrs. Malik in the Learning Center located behind the spirit shop.
Contact: Mrs. Jill Malik

Saturday Morning Service: Students work on Saturday mornings once a month with various social service agencies in our city who are helping improve the lives of the poor or with environmental organizations who help restore and maintain degraded land and encourage organic and sustainable farming.
Contact: Mrs. Linda Gloeckler

St. Joseph Home & Special Olympics Bowling: These programs offer students an opportunity to work with people with disabilities. It can seem intimidating at first, but students typically really expand their horizons from their work in these programs. Both options are open to all students.
Contact: Mr. Matt Kemper

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