A movement for students by students…

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Mia Taguchi

College of Southern Nevada, NV

“As my time in CARP progressed, I started to understand more and more what made the CARP in Las Vegas so special. In a city where relationships and love are taken so casually, the value of family has gotten lost. It’s grown evident to me that if I truly want to make a difference in the world, it starts with not just the individual, but the impact an individual has on the family. What we do is not just what we do. The impact our actions have encompasses a whole circle of people, despite the fact that it may seem to include just one other person.”


Samuel Tamura

University of Davis, California, CA

“The vision for my chapter is to create a space for anyone to feel like this is a club that will really make a change in the world. I want everyone to see the Principle and the CARP culture and feel moved and inspired by it. I want to create a chapter that truly aims to bring a new perspective for all members and, regardless of if they stay or not, they can come out of CARP thinking that it made a positive change in their life. ”


Josue Kisile

Grand Rapids Community College, MI

“Starting CARP was probably one of the most difficult things I’ve ever done in my life so far. One day you are very hopeful, the next day all your hopes are crumbling. You get people who promise to work with you then the next thing you notice is that they are gone. Transferring your vision and passion to others is probably the hardest part of leadership, but it takes you on a very needed journey of patience and perseverance. I have grown so much as a leader through this journey.”