|Sign Up for Presidentís Day of Service Projects|
Dr. Robert Ivany invites the campus community to roll up their sleeves and get to work at the President’s Day of Service from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Feb. 16. Founded in conjunction with Dr. Ivany’s inauguration in 2004, the President’s Day of Service is a time-honored tradition which gives the campus community an opportunity to truly embody the St. Thomas mission of educating leaders of faith and character.
For the ninth year, the President’s Day of Service offers a wide range of service projects. All Celts — students, alumni, faculty, staff and families – will have the chance to work side-by-side and support the University without leaving campus.
The day will begin at 8 a.m. with a breakfast with Dr. Ivany in Crooker Center. All projects begin at 9 a.m. Service projects include:
- UST Best Buddies Sports Camp for PDS
The University of St. Thomas Best Buddies Chapter will be collaborating with UST's students and athletes to provide a fun, energetic, and informative experience for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The activities to be included are basketball and other sport related games for which the athletes and volunteers will provide instruction on sport skills to the buddies. Volunteers are needed for help in instruction and participation in the event. Volunteers and athletes must be comfortable with working with persons with disabilities, both intellectual and physical.
- Care Packages for Texas Children’s Hospital
Making care packages and cards for children at the Texas Children’s Hospital.
- Project Linus
Making fleece blankets for area Fire Departments.
Painting in the Student Affairs office.
This project will consist of planting outside the new HR location.
- Beautification of UST:
Various projects consisting of: cleaning of the seal, house signs, golf carts and the benches around campus.
- Thank You Cards
Writing thank you cards for university donors.
Sign up today. Be a part of this exciting UST tradition!
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