The 2013 recipients of the Foundation for Indiana University of Pennsylvania Community Volunteer Service Award are Caitlyn
Hazenstab, of Sickle’s Corner Back Road, Altoona, and Caroline Levi, of Krauser
Road, Downington. The award recognizes both student volunteerism at IUP and the
volunteer commitment of the Foundation for IUP board of directors.
Levi, daughter of Louise Levi and
Leonard Levi, is a 2011 graduate of Great Valley High School. She is an Early
Childhood Education–Special Education major (urban track).
She is a dean’s list student and was
selected for Kappa Delta Pi honors education fraternity and Phi Eta Sigma honor
society. She is a volunteer leader for Young Life, a student leader for Liberti
student Christian group, volunteered to help freshmen with move-in in 2012 and
2013, is a tutor with the American Language Institute, and is also a member of
Amplify, a student Christian group.
Hazenstab, daughter of Pamela
Hazenstab and John Hazenstab III, is a 2010 graduate of Altoona High School and
is a Criminology major. She is a dean’s list student and is a volunteer member
of the Indiana Fire Association. She is also a member of the criminology
The Community Volunteer Service Award was established in June
1998 in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Foundation for IUP. To be
eligible for the award, students must be engaged in volunteer community service
that exceeds any requirement for a class project, organizational membership,
scholarship, or other obligatory circumstance.
Foundation for IUP