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Thursday, April 07, 2011
During the week of April 11 the Albers Graduate Student Association (AGSA) will be participating in the Jesuit MBA Service Week. The service week is part of a nationwide campaign to help the communities near the Jesuit MBA programs. Seattle University will be collecting non-perishable food items and baby materials and toiletries for the Central Area Motivational Program. You can bring these items to the Paccar Atrium in Pigott Building during the week of April 11.
In addition AGSA will have a table in the atrium to provide more information about service week, and the activities that AGSA has planned for the MBA students at Albers. There will be free cookies and coffee. Most professors will conduct a common break time on Thursday night.
This means that all of the classes will take their nightly break at the same time, and the students will have the opportunity to reconnect with each other. Sometimes is it difficult to talk with classmates or that 510 buddy, but the common break will give you a window of opportunity.
I, for one, am happy to see AGSA taking the initiative to help with the service week. Often times we forget that there are others in our community that can use a little help, especially in this economy. AGSA does plan to increase involvement with service week next year so drop by their table and give them suggestions, or just say hi!!
Written by PJ Graziani. Contact PJ at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to view the Service Week information flyer.