Card Making for Hospitalized Kids
As a part of SWE Week, the Community Service Committee is making cards for children who have been in the hospital for an extended period of time. Take a break from the craziness of the beginning of the school year to relax, craft, and make a difference! There will be a movie playing in the background as well. Paper, markers, and other craft supplies will be provided.
When: Friday, September 27th, 4:30 – 7pm (drop in whenever!)
Where: 1410 Engineering Dr, Room 150
Lakeshore Nature Preserve
When: Sunday, October 13th, 12-2pm
Red Cross Blood Drive
We will be hosting a blood drive from noon-5pm but will need volunteers to help set up & take down. Please consider volunteering and/or donating!
When: Tuesday, November 5th, 10am-7pm
Where: 1410 Engineering Dr. Room 150
Meet the 2019-20 Community Service Chair!
Hi! My name is Jennifer Prillwitz and I am the Community Service Officer! I am a sophmore studying Chemical Engineering. I enjoy reading, running, and spending time outside with friends. I’m so excited for this semester!
Spring 2019 Recap
Community Service had a fun and successful semester. We started the semester by seving high school students by volunteering at the annual Capital Science and Engineering Fair. This fair is a great opportunity for high school students to showcase their research projects that they have been working on over the past year. Community Service also hosted the annual Spring COE Blood Drive. With the help of SWE volunteers, we were able to help the Red Cross collect 45 donations. These 45 donations will go on to help save up to 135 lives! Another fun event that we were involved in was the Senior Center Breakfast. Our volunteers woke up bright and early to cook and serve breakfast to the seniors of Madison. Finally, we served local hospitals by making homemade card that were sent out to hospitalized kids to bring them some happiness this spring!