I am very grateful to be in a position to be the deliverer of information to young people. As Outreach Coordinator for the College of Computing, Engineering and Construction it warms my heart to be able to share information to young people so that they can see opportunities that can make a difference in their quality of life. I am also grateful to be partnered with such amazing professional women in the STEM industry who make a difference by showing up and participating in STEM workshops and being mentors to young women. This Girls in IT workshop at Andrew Jackson High School is a great opportunity for young women to see that they can make a difference in the world through technology. Thanks to my colleagues, students, and industry partners who participated in the amazing workshop.
Learned how fortunate I am
Did arts and crafts, brought them food, and played bingo
Donating to Marilyn for SFS
Tabling for Service for sight and breaking down the table at end of a shift.
folded surgical laundry and washed it, handled kittens, and cleaned surgical tubes and instruments.
I participated in the light up the night walk for lymphoma and leukemia
Attended chapter and learned delta gammas songs. You said no attachment was needed.
I am volunteering in a Kindergarten classroom during their Winter Party. I will be helping decorate ornaments, make holiday cookies, and arts and crafts. I will be going 12/11/18 from 8:30-11:30.
I was a line judge for a volleyball game at St. Josephs Catholic School's Middle School Volleyball team!
I did laudry for the drs and folded surgical cloths, cleaned surgical utensils, heated up warmies and checked on the animals coming too.
Today, a local church donated 430 pounds of food. So most of my I was sorting through the food. The most unusual fruit came in. The fruit looked like a sea urchin but once you peeled it, the insides looked a grape with a pit.