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USC Dornsife News - Students build an orphanage, provide water to the homeless and assist immigrants

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With the help of the Dornsife Toolkit course “Doing Good: How to Start and Run a Successful Nonprofit Organization,” undergraduate Joanna Maniti made her dream of building an orphanage and a school in the Philippines a reality. (Photo: Courtesy of Joanna Maniti.)
With the help of the Dornsife Toolkit course “Doing Good: How to Start and Run a Successful Nonprofit Organization,” undergraduate Joanna Maniti made her dream of building an orphanage and a school in the Philippines a reality. (Photo: Courtesy of Joanna Maniti.)

USC students in CPF Executive Director Kamy Akhavan's course, “Doing Good: How to Start and Run a Successful Nonprofit Organization,” put their classwork into practice by helping the homeless, immigrants, and orphaned children. This course was offered through the Dornsife Toolkit, which provides students with skills that can help them beyond college. USC Dornsife News profiled three amazing students in Akhavan’s course and their efforts to help vulnerable communities.

Read the USC Dornsife News story.

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