Transforming the communities we serve is truly embraced by the entire Wright State campus. This is the first initiative that concentrates on the volunteering activities of Wright State University staff members and we thank you for helping to make it successful. There are many wonderful organizations that need help. Identify a volunteer opportunity today »
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We encourage you to check with your supervisor and co-workers to ask for their involvement with the project. Contact a We Serve U committee member if you have any questions.
The Wright State University Friendship Food Pantry is looking for volunteers to assist in the pantry. Faculty and Staff can support our students by contributing just a few hours per month as a food pantry volunteer! Contact Felix Torres @ extension 2495 or email: email@example.com and find out what you can do to futher the cause!!
Wright State Alumni Association would like you to join our Wright State alumni, students, faculty and staff as we give back to the Beavercreek community through this day of service project with Beaver Creek Wetlands. Our project will take place Saturday, April 13, 2013.
Meeting at Phillips Park (directions), 1981 Dayton Xenia Road Beavercreek, OH 45385--as a staging area to arrange transportation to the job site (private property). We will drive you to a secondary location and walk approximately 300 yards. Volunteers will be planting wetland plants that will be on site. Volunteers will be assigned projects; some will be moving the plants to planting locations, others will be planting, performing preparation or cleanup.
Plan to get muddy. Please be sure to bring the following: Knee boots (if you have them), work gloves, garden trowel. Bring a change of clothes and/or protection for your vehicle interior. Water, lunch and rags will be provided on site.
For further questions please call the Office of Alumni Relations at (937) 775-2620.
the Montgomery County Ohio College Promise Program has recently selected their third cohort of 53 College Promise Scholars and are actively recruiting mentors to serve them.
Their mission is to identify, select and support up to 500 Montgomery County, poverty impacted, eighth grade students within the next 10 years that have shown academic promise so that the dream of attending and graduating from college becomes a reality.
Each student will be supported through high school by an adult mentor and by programming offered by Sinclair, Wright State University, Central State University, Denison University, Kettering College and other partner agencies.
You are invited you to consider serving one of these students as a College Promise mentor. Additional information about the College Promise Program and the mentoring component can be found on our web site at www.mcocp.org or by calling Gary Smiga at 937-225-9922.
Thanks for considering the opportunity to play a role in changing the life of a deserving student.
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Please don't forget to log your hours. Every hour logged demonstrates the staff's commitment to our communities and those in Raider Country!
Have you wanted to help but had trouble finding the right fit?? If you would like to volunteer to help We Serve U with one of our service projects, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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