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Into the Campus 2017

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Join us for the eighth annual Into the Campus (formally known as PRIDE Program Volunteer Day) on Saturday, April 1, 2017!  This year's campus-wide event is a collaborative effort with Student Senate, and will provide alumni, students, faculty and staff with the opportunity to work together on seasonal spring projects that will beautify the campus.

The day will begin in the Susquehanna Room of Myer Hall and will include light refreshments and lunch.


Event Schedule:

  • 8:30 a.m.
    • Light refreshments
    • KAV, Brossman Commons
  • 9 a.m.
    • Welcome
  • 9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    • Service projects throughout campus
      • Cutting back/removing brush
      • Spreading leaves 
      • Weeding 
      • Painting
  • 12 – 1 p.m.
    • Lunch
    • Acknowledgement of volunteers 

Notes:

  • Deadline to register is Monday, March 27
  • This event will take place rain-or-shine with indoor activities scheduled in case of inclement weather
  • Attire is weather-appropriate work clothes
Contact us at pride@etown.edu or 800-877-2604 with questions.

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Elizabethtown College PRIDE Program


PRIDE Program logo PRIDE stands for Promote, Recruit, Involve, Donate and Employ and is the heart of a program to engage and mobilize all of us who love our Blue and Gray.  Whether you live two or 200 miles from campus, you have the opportunity to volunteer your time and talents to help the College.  The PRIDE Program is led by staff from the offices of Admissions, Alumni Relations, Career Services and Development, and there are a variety of ways to get involved.

Throughout the 2015-2016 academic year, literally hundreds of alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends let their E-town PRIDE show by volunteering to help in different ways.  The service of these special individuals has come through gifts of time and talents contributions that ultimately supported and strengthened the educational mission of the College and its community.  From volunteering to help recruit new students, to leading the Alumni Association through its Alumni Council, to mentoring current students, speaking in classes and raising support for programs, these Blue Jays have lived out the College's "Educate For Service" motto through their actions.
 


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There are five areas of the PRIDE Program, each with its own unique volunteer opportunities:

 
What is the PRIDE Program?


 

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