"Sower's Seed" Lecture – An Alumnus Making A Difference
Thursday, March 27, 4:30 pm - Social Hall
Hear and be inspired by Mr. Larry Savoy ’07, who has dedicated his life to making education accessible to young people, and received his Master of Science Degree in Educational Administration from Trinity in 2007.
As Principal of Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School, Larry Savoy enjoys the challenges of education, of working with teachers, parents, and students, and the opportunities to make education accessible for all students. He feels especially fortunate to be able to provide opportunities for low-income students who, without the program offered at DBCR, would not be able to afford a Catholic school education. He is an effective instructional and spiritual leader who is dedicated to providing an environment which ensures opportunities for high academic achievement and personal growth for all of his students.
Established by Kelly Snider Dunn ’64 and her family, the Sowers’ Seed program highlights alums who have incorporated into their lives the traditions of community service and social justice that are central to the Trinity experience and reflect the Catholic tradition that influences Trinity’s mission. These alums are invited to come to campus to share their stories with Trinity students, in the hope that their stories will inspire new generations to consider community service, either as a volunteer or as a career.