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How can we assist you?

We believe Christ calls us to serve and love on another. One way we seek to do this is by being of service to you. Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions. Click here to find a team member to help. Here are just a few ways we have been able to assist students in the past:

  • Transporting furniture

    • Need help moving? Contact Bill Saxton at wjs9@psu.edu and we will see what we can do!
  • Editing Papers

    • We would be happy to help edit papers as our schedules permit. If interested please contact Bill Saxton at wjs9@psu.edu.
  • Language Partner Program

    • For the Language Program we will match you with an American so that you can practice your spoken English. Our volunteers are not tutors, rather they are Americans who are happy to meet with you weekly for about an hour, for one semester, to help you practice your English skills.

       Also, we match men with men, and women with women.  Our registration page is here.   Note: This program does not begin until the third week of classes. Most of our volunteers are American students who are also getting settled into their classes.  

  • ICF Outdoors
    •   If you like the out-of-doors, or would like to try out things like, hiking, camping, cross-country skiing, fishing, (maybe even ice-fishing), get on the mailing list of the new ICF Outdoors group!  Each month we'll do a season appropriate activity, some strenuous, some easier. There may be rain or son or snow, but we'll always enjoy the amazing world God has created. If interested, contact Bill Sundstrom at wjs22@psu.edu

  • Football Concession Stand Workers 

The International Christian Fellowship will help to provide workers at a concession stand inside Beaver Stadium for each home football (American football) game this Fall. We usually need 10-15 workers for each game. If you would like to help at one of the games (and also watch some of the game at times), register on our website and I will contact you, or contact me directly at wjs9@psu.edu. Tickets for the free admission to enter the stadium to work, and other instructions, will be given to workers at the Friday Fellowship of ICF or I can make arrangements to somehow get the ticket to you prior to 6 pm on Friday. The time of each game changes depending on the starting time arranged with the TV networks.

The concession stand is a big room under the stadium seats, where we sell hot chocolate and coffee, Pepsi, pretzels, hot dogs, pop corn, etc. Some people do the actual money transactions, while others do the preparation of the foods. It's a lot of fun, though we can be very busy and are working hard at times. Each worker gets a free hamburger, nachos, or other food item, and unlimited soda/hot chocolate to drink. There will be times when we are less busy and you can watch some of the game and enjoy the special atmosphere of the event. (Note: To enter the stadium you will need to have your free ticket and a photo ID, such as your PSU ID card. Do NOT bring an umbrella, purse, a large camera, food, or a back-pack /book-pack, as those things are not allowed inside the stadium area. And do NOT wear shorts or open-toed shoes.)

Thanks!

Bill Saxton    cell phone: 814-404-6763     email:   wjs9@psu.edu

210-A Eisenhower Chapel

PS: The funds we raise will go to the ICF to pay for lots of things, but primarily for costs involved with the Friday Fellowship free dinners, and for scholarships to help people attend conferences we take international students to in places like Boston, Pittsburgh, and Buffalo.