This week marks the first of many spent volunteering with Artisans. As Knights and Setons, we will be individually assigned with helping a disabled person in the Spokane community to improve his or her professional habits in order to transition them into the workplace. I am so excited to see the difference that I can individually make, as well as the difference that Knights and Setons can collectively make in the lives of these people seeking employment. I believe that we will make a significant difference in the lives of our mentees, while developing our own leadership abilities and outlook on life through our work. I think I speak for the group in saying that I am grateful for the opportunity to be a part of something that is bigger than myself and I am delighted to lend a helping hand to those who truly need it.
- Bret Matysik
Knight of Gonzaga