July 6, 2009
University department representatives assist the School is Cool program by being the ambassadors to individual offices around campus. By volunteering to become your department/offices/college's representative, you will only have to devote a few hours to becoming a "voice" for the children.
School is Cool is an annual outreach program organized and supported by Colorado State employees. Through the program, backpacks are filled with much-needed school supplies and then donated to elementary and secondary students in the Poudre School District.
In 2008, School is Cool helped over 2,500 students have a more successful educational experience by giving them the basic school supplies they need to succeed. The success of the program is due in large part to our grassroots efforts in recruiting department representatives to serve as the voice for these children among co-workers and peers.
If you are interested in becoming a School is Cool department rep please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, July 7 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. The meeting is in room 203/207 of the Lory Student Center. Refreshments will be served. We hope to see you there.
Unable to attend the meeting on July 7, but interested in being a department representative? Please contact Katherine Wright at (970) 491-0006 or Katherine.Wright@colostate.edu for an information packet.
Contact: Colleen Rodriguez
Phone: (970) 491-4381