Camp Kesem is a student-run summer camp for kids affected by a parent's cancer. Our week-long camp is a chance for children ages 5-17 to let loose and to connect with other kids who share their experience. We are looking for counselors and coordinators.
The CBSA is a service organization designed to aid students in the Department of Cancer Biology. It is intended to foster scientific interactions and strengthen the career development of students studying cancer biology.
Canterbury CIRCLE (Christians of Interdenominational faith Realizing a Community of Love and Equality) (Canterbury CIRCLE)
Canterbury CIRCLE at Vanderbilt is a Christian interdenominational student ministry open to ALL regardless of denominational background. Canterbury CIRCLE is here to serve you and, in turn, to help you serve others.
Cards for a Cause is a Vanderbilt service organization dedicated to uplifting the human spirit through the design and creation of high-quality, handmade cards uniquely tailored to the needs of each population served.
The Career Center helps students effectively develop their professional capabilities, define their identities and build resilience as they prepare for employment in a rapidly changing world.
CiM is a student organization which is dedicated to helping medical students with professional decision making.
The mission of CSA is two-pronged: to promote cultural pride, and to act as a medium of public dissemination of cultural, political and historical information about the Caribbean nations to Vanderbilt University
Carmichael Towers is a fourteen-floor, air-conditioned residence hall complex that opened in 1966 and 1970. Towers East and West are comprised of four separate high-rise buildings. Upperclass residents live on floors 3-14.
This page is specifically for summer residents of Carmichael Towers. Carmichael Towers is a fourteen-floor, air-conditioned residence hall complex that opened in 1966 and 1970. Towers East and West are comprised of four separate high-rise buildings.
The Catholic Law Students Association (CLSA) exists to provide a community for Catholic law students, and provide a forum for all law school students and faculty to engage the Catholic tradition and particularly its contributions to legal thought.