The South End Children’s Cafe is in need of volunteers to rake and bag leaves this week. If you are available for an hour or two between 11 AM and 6 PM please let Tracie know. This is a wonderful way to help the children have a clean environment when they come to the Cafe each day.
INTERESTED STUDENTS STOP IN SS112 TO PICK UP LOG FOR HOURS
We look forward to talking to the volunteers before the event to make sure that the volunteer will have a schedule and course lesson that is appropriate for the audience. Also, you never know, we may hire them! J
University at Albany December Commencement
It is that time of the year once again where we ask you, if your schedule permits, to join us as a volunteer for December Commencement on December 11, 2016.
As many of you are personally aware – it is the volunteers who make the commencement ceremonies a success for our students and their families, so your continued support makes it possible to reach that goal.
We always hope that you might recruit a friend, colleague, a student leader, or a family member to come join us:
December Commencement Ceremony
Sunday, December 11, 2016
- Volunteers are asked to check-in at the SEFCU Arena by 11:00 a.m., where light refreshments will be served.
• The ceremony begins promptly at 1:00 p.m. and typically lasts till 3:20 p.m.
• Parking will be available in the Athletic Complex lot, on the south side of the arena, though we suggest you arrive early as this lot fills up quickly.
Please fill out the online Volunteer Sign-Up form by Monday, November 28. IF YOU ARE AN RSSW STUDENT, STOP IN SS112 TO PICK UP A LOG FORM.
There will be a volunteers’ rehearsal on Thursday, December 1st at 10 a.m. – a rehearsal notice will be forthcoming. If you are unable to attend the rehearsal, we will provide your assignments and event details through email.
Please accept our many thanks for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you at the ceremony.
At this time I would like to invite 2 students to assist with the College and Room Essentials (C.A.R.E.) Initiative. The CARE Initiative is purposed to give basic school supplies and room essentials to college and vocational-bound students in need. We will give 37 deserving students CARE packages with school supplies, toiletries, bedding and other miscellaneous items.
Student interns who commit to spending their time with this initiative will help coordinate and run multiple school supply drives from January – May, communicate with student groups to encourage participation in the drives and organize supplies upon receipt.
It is imperative that students are self-starters, energetic, willing to work with a start-up company and have a connection to our mission and the purpose of the CARE initiative. It would be beneficial to work with students who have vehicles as they may need to travel to pick up supplies, etc.
Click here to learn more CARE.
I look forward to learning if this is project you believe students will have an interest in.
Thank you for your help!!!
Carmen Duncan, MSW
CEO & Founder
Mission Accomplished Transition Services
706 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY 12208