Info fairs offer options for student service
As UIndy students clear the holiday cobwebs from their heads and return next week for the start of Semester II, they’ll have a chance to learn about many local opportunities for volunteer work and service-learning projects.
Presented by our Center for Service-Learning & Community Engagement, a series of Community Partners Fairs begins Wednesday and continues the following week. Representatives from a broad range of worthy organizations will man information booths from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day, and no two days are the same.
The schedule is:
Wednesday, Jan. 20 — Schwitzer Student Center
Internexus, TeenWorks, Westminster Neighborhood Services, Girl Scouts of Central Indiana, Intercollegiate YMCA (Laurelwood), Keep Indianapolis Beautiful and Humble Impressions
Thursday, Jan. 21 — Health Pavilion lobby
Pink Ribbon Connection, Ronald McDonald House, Southeast Community Services, Prevent Child Abuse Indiana, BOSMA Enterprises, American Cancer Society and SouthernCare Hospice
Tuesday, Jan. 26 — Schwitzer Student Center
Burmese American Community Institute, Fletcher Place Community Center, Emma Donnan Elementary & Middle School, The Excel Center, Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity and Indiana Math & Science Academy-South
Wednesday, Jan. 27 — Schwitzer Student Center
Exodus Refugee Immigration, Coburn Place Safe Haven, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis, Premier Hospice & Palliative Care, Shepherd Community Center and St. Elizabeth/Coleman Adoption & Pregnancy Services
For more information, contact the center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 788-3557. The center also shares its stories at facebook.com/uindyservicelearning.