MAX Mobilization at Xavier

Mobilization At Xavier

Mobilization At Xavier (M.A.X.) began as a coalition of students desiring to promote social awareness and social responsibility through community service. This program offers a variety of campus service programs that help students M.A.X.imize their time spent helping to rebuild the community.

M.A.X. is not a structure but a realization of a vision... a more humane and socially responsible society for tomorrow. "Servin' for a change", the group's motto, symbolizes the dedication to maximizing the time spent in helping to save and rebuild our communities.

Operated by student project coordinators M.A.X. offers service programs in:

Mentoring & Friendship

Literacy & Education

Special Populations

Boy Scouts: Focusing on providing elementary school boys techniques to build character, develop responsibilities and teach personal fitness, M.A.X. Boy Scouts meet 2 Saturdays per month.

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Girl Scouts: Mentoring young ladies through a broad range of social, cultural, and academic enrichment activities. M.A.X. Girl Scouts meet 2 Saturdays per month. 

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Men on the Move:  Mentor and tutor young middle school males off campus throughout the week.

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Outreach Day: Participate in cultural and social enrichment activities with 5-10 year olds on campus monthly.

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If you are a parent that would like to know more on how to engage your child in Xavier's Girl Scouts please complete this registration form 

Homework Clinic: Provide K-8th grade students with homework assistance after-school. Mon-Wed, 3:30 pm-5:30 pm on campus at the Xavier University Community Outreach Center. 

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If you are a parent that would like to know more on how to engage your child in Homework Clinic please contact Mrs. Kim Hutchings at khutchin@xula.edu


Teaching Young Children: Xavier students serve as role models of academic excellence by tutoring elementary and middle school students throughout the week off campus at one of our Community Partners sites. 

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OURstory: Engage in literacy work through African American story sharing and other activities with children in day care and elementary schools throughout the week off campus at one of our Community Partners sites.

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Adopt a Grandperson: Attempt to eliminate isolation and loneliness for seniors Xavier students facilitates activities with elderly neighborhood residents at a local nursing facility. Adopt A Grandperson meet 2 Saturdays per month. 

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GWHizz: Assist with the disposal of recyclables and participate in other "go green" activities. 

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Hunger Coalition: Volunteers combat the issues of hunger and homelessness in the city through a number of different avenues, including working at local homeless shelters. 

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Pair Care: Xavier students visit young children with special needs for recreation activities and arts & crafts throughout the week off campus at one of our local Community Partners sites. 

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Pet Awareness With Students: M.A.X. newest program focusing on animal awareness such as physical abuse, emotional neglect, and lack of adequate medicine, attends throughout the week and weekends at one of our local Community Partners sites.

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Xavier Student Awareness Program: Formerly known as Red Cross assist communities in disaster preparedness and prevention (Times Vary).

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Apply to be a M.A.X. Project Coordinator

Project Coordinator Application

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M.A.X. programs are coordinated by a committed group of student leaders who plan, implement, and carry out all program activities and recruit volunteers called Project Coordinators (PCs)

These students coordinate their own programs, and enhance their community networks through service.