During Welcome Week, students have several chances to learn more about service opportunities in the Nacogdoches community and to give back to others by taking part in service projects.
- On Tuesday, August 31, Student Affairs Programs and Omicron Delta Kappa are hosting a blood drive from noon-6p on the third floor of the student center. The Blood Center of East Texas is always seeking new donors, and all donors will receive a T-shirt and a coupon for a free pint of ice cream, in addition to being eligible for door prizes!
- The Community Partners Breakfast on Wednesday, September 1 provides students with an opportunity to meet and learn more about the numerous non profit agencies in town that are seeking volunteers. The breakfast is free and goes from 8-10 a.m. in the BPSC Twilight Ballroom. (Click here to see the fall 2010 cpb flier.)
- On Friday, September 3, students have a chance to give back to the community by working on projects with Habitat for Humanity at their local ReStore location. We will meet at the Involvement Center (first floor of BPSC) at noon and carpool to the ReStore location to take on some indoor projects with Habitat. (Click here to see the ww service project flier.)
For more information on any of our service programs, please contact Jamie Bouldin or Randi Cooper at (936) 468-1088 or (936) 468-2870, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit our website.