Kayla Lawler is a third year student from Ramona, California majoring in Mechanical Engineering and minoring in math. She is also a member of the Smittcamp Family Honors College and serves as an officer in Fresno State’s Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma and Society of Women Engineers chapters. While growing up, Kayla was an active member of the Girl Scouts of America and explored service through local community events. She continued to be involved in her community throughout high school and now at Fresno State, Kayla volunteers regularly through MESA Saturday Academies and at the student-run Bulldog Pantry. Kayla shared that she is very excited to further her involvement in the Fresno community this year and hopes to encourage her fellow students to become more active in the community and make a difference in the lives of others.
- Presenting in Portland
- Portland OR Bust!
- A Heart for Service
- Support Richter Center Student-Leaders with the Live Discount Card
- Kid’s Day: Are You Ready to Serve?
- Picturing the Change at I Love Me
- Consider International Community Service
- Anybody Can Serve: Blood Drive & Kid’s Day
- A Valentine for Veterans
- Spring Fair Recap
Advocacy Alluvial Community Garden Alternative Spring Break Blood Drive Bulldog Pantry Camp Darfur Champions of Service Children's Hospital Central California Community Food Bank Community Service Community Service Fair community service opportunities continuums of service EOP Food for Thought Fresno State Fresno State Richter Center Fresno State Spring 2012 Genocide International Service Kids Day Love Make a Difference Day Mother Teresa One Day Without Shoes personal pledges Picture the Change RCA Reading and Beyond recruitment Richter Center Richter Center Ambassadors Romain Park Rotary Storyland and Playland Serve-A-Thon Service Quotes Service sights Serving Fresno Day Sierra Foothill Conservancy Step Up for Down Syndrome Sudan The Poverello House Toms Valentine's Day Will Walk for Food
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