Into the Streets: Volunteers Needed

Into the Streets will be held on October 20th at various locations in the community. This is a great way for students to pick up some of their community service hours. Attached is a copy of the registration form.

ITS Student Registration Form Required for ParticipationInto the Streets Group

Into the Streets is an event developed to increase and diversify the number of people participating in sustained and thoughtful community service in the Indiana area by challenging negative stereotypes about students, including those that students have about themselves.

We want more people to become aware of the idealism, ability, and commitment of all people participating in the IUP community, and would like more people to realize and learn from the important relationships between community service activities and other forms of social activism.

Help inspire the IUP community to build relationships with other organizations and agencies!

  • Fall 2018: Saturday, October 20, 2018

    Register

    Stop at the Office of Service Learning in Pratt Hall, Room 302, and pick up an application.

    Individual and team leaders will be required to attend a mandatory meeting on October 17, 2018, at 5:00 p.m. in Pratt 305.

    Time Varies based on agency project start time.

    Location Various locations around Indiana

    Into the Streets Restroom Painting

    Individual Team Application

    Agency Application

    Applications must be submitted to Pratt 302 by Friday, October 12, 2018.

    Rain or shine event!

     

Fine Arts Opportunity.

September 8–October 27, 2018

Triennial 2018 features works by Sean Derry, Tony DiMauro, Ivan Fortushniak, Lilly Handley, BA Harrington, Nathan Heuer, Sharon Massey, Susan Palmisano, Bob Sweeny, Kevin Turner, and Rhonda Yeager. The exhibit also includes works from the private collections of art historians Irene Kabala, Hye-Ri Oh, and Brenda Mitchell and examples of activities from Marissa Sweeney’s art education initiatives.

Artistic mediums on display include sculpture, graphic design, painting, mixed media, woodworking/furniture, drawing, jewelry, and metals. David Ferguson, interim dean of the College of Fine Arts. states that “…the excellent work in this show demonstrates the high level of artistry and scholarship that we come to expect from our faculty at IUP.”

For more information please visit
https://www.iup.edu/news-item.aspx?id=257079

Volunteers Needed for Tours in Whitmyre

Lisa is looking for some volunteers to help out this Saturday, October 6th in Whitmyre. They are going to be having some alumni stopping in after the parade, between the hours of 11:30 am to 5 pm, and need some volunteers to help give some tours of Whit. If you would have any free time and want some community service hours, please email Lisa at lmhalmes@iup.edu!
 
She will need about 10 people – possibly two hour time slots or whatever fits your schedule!

Volunteers Needed for Late Night Homecoming Program

Volunteers are needed for the late night Homecoming Program! Anyone interested in volunteering can sign up through Crimson Connect using this link, and there are multiple shifts to choose from. Volunteers will receive free admission to the event before or after their shift, and will also receive five tickets, which can be redeemed for prizes and raffle chances.
 
Organizations that provide at least 10 volunteers will be considered a “partner” for the event. If students from the Honors College volunteer, please note that on the sign-up form.