Join us for our annual Cleveland Neighborhood Project! As part of Living the Mission Day, we are looking for approximately 20 faculty and staff to join 150 members of the incoming Class of 2021 and 40 student leaders on Thursday, August 24, for a day of service at Fatima Family Center and Eliza Bryant Village in the Hough neighborhood.
Volunteering for The Cleveland Neighborhood Project is an opportunity for faculty and staff to welcome and accompany teams of first-year students as they become part of the community. This is a University-sponsored event and is eligible for the use of Mission Leave (see University Mission & Identity’s “Mission Leave Opportunities” page at http://sites.jcu.edu/mission/pages/mission-leave-opportunities/).
A “Living the Mission Day” t-shirt, transportation to and from campus, snacks, and a boxed lunch will be provided. The day will begin with an on-campus send-off address at 8:30 a.m. in Kulas Auditorium, with the buses leaving by 9 a.m. and returning to campus mid-afternoon by 3 p.m.
This is a great chance to welcome and introduce our new students to the culture of service at JCU. Join us for a great day!