Undergraduate Academic Affairs
October 16, 2009
In honor of the ideals of Martin Luther King, Jr., the Carlson Center is coordinating the 9th Annual MLK, Jr. Day of Service. Each year on MLK, Jr. Day of Service, UW students, staff, faculty, alumni, family and friends serve organizations across King County by beautifying transitional housing facilities, clearing invasive plant growth in Seattle’s natural habitats, improving neighborhood parks, sorting donated food and clothing, cleaning, painting, and doing outreach for Earned Income Tax Credit programs. Participation has grown each year, last year reaching 1,400 volunteers.
Project Leaders are needed to help make the day a community-wide success. As a project leader, you can recruit your own service team or open your project to meet new people. The commitment is minimal and you’ll be rewarded with stronger relationships and a demonstrated commitment to our community. Sign up now at the Carlson Center web site or email Matt Wojciakowski with questions. Project Leader trainings happen November 2 through November 10.