• All Molloy Locations are Closed

    Due to the weather all Molloy locations are closed for the remainder of the day, Friday, September 29, 2023. Alumni & Family Weekend activities are canceled.

Past Energeia for Teens Projects

Cupola atop a building on the Molloy University campus

Samples of Community Service Projects

  • Teen Driver Safety campaign to promote driving safety awareness through self-developed written materials (teen driver safety pledge, information cards) and an original public service announcement video featured on social media. Teens also advocated for driver safety legislation aimed at requiring pet restraints in vehicles
  • S.T.A.R. campaign (Striving to Achieve Results) focused on self-esteem building activities for grades 1-12 in several high schools and after-school programs
  • In collaboration with Molloy's Sustainability Institute, a public film screening was held of "The True Cost" documentary exploring the impact of fashion on people and the planet
  • Community education and plantings to help the plight of the Monarch butterfly
  • Fundraising activities were held at 2 high schools with proceeds benefitting The Hance Family Foundation's Beautiful Me program
  • Self-Esteem Appreciation Day
  • Recycling programs started at Bay Shore High School, Roosevelt High School and The Waldorf School of Garden City
  • Interactive workshops for over 350 middle school students on self-esteem, character development and positive goals and career paths
  • Anti-Bully Carnival held at Half Hollow Hills Public Library with bully prevention information, resources and interactive displays
  • Collaboration with the Junior League of Drug Free Massapequa and LICA to implement a community workshop on substance abuse prevention and its correlation to self-esteem
  • Design of a Tumblr - INSPIRE based on real stories and real-life experiences of high school students
  • Design of an after-school club (If You Really Knew Me...)
  • Interactive movie on the IALAC "I am Loveable and Capable" Concept to be distributed online
  • School-based anti-drug workshops
  • Student Representation
  • Connections in your Communities