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Volunteer Registration is NOW OPEN!

January 25, 2016
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Calling all volunteers for Project 2016!!  Registration is NOW OPEN! REGISTER NOW to join in on UT’s Largest Day of Service Volunteers can register as individuals, with groups, and as students, faculty, staff, or alumni.  We have 44 sites and space for over 1900 volunteers, with shifts in both the morning (9:15-2) and the afternoon […]

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Be a Team Lead! Applications Close 10/21

October 5, 2015
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Team Leads are The Project’s event staff.  They are one of the most valuable pieces of this event, because it’s the Team Leads who are really in charge on event day.  It’s a great opportunity for leadership experience, extra safety and facilitator training, and for a bigger piece of the action on Project day.  A […]

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We Want You! Apply for the Project 2016 Committee

September 10, 2015
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Applications are NOW OPEN for the 2016 planning committee! Any current UT student is eligible to apply – we’re looking for motivated, service-minded, and dedicated students who want to be part of a transformational leadership experience. The Project committee is responsible for the planning and execution of each Project event, and we’re hoping to make […]

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THANK YOU to our Project 2015 Supporters

April 5, 2015
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The Project quite simply could not happen without the generosity and commitment of our supporters.  Our $60,000 budget is entirely fundraised, providing us supplies to enable approximately 2,000 volunteers to participate.  Individuals, agencies, and businesses provide donations, product, and time in support of our effort to make an impact on under served Austin communities.  We can’t thank […]

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Delayed start for Project

February 27, 2015
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ATTENTION PROJECT VOLUNTEERS Due to weather conditions, the morning shift for volunteers will be delayed two hours. Buses will pick up morning volunteers at 9:30am at the SSB. Afternoon volunteers are not affected by the delay, and will continue their shifts as scheduled. We ask that all volunteers dress warm and accordingly to the weather. […]

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Volunteer Registration is NOW OPEN

January 27, 2015
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Calling all volunteers for Project 2015!!  Registration is NOW OPEN! REGISTER NOW to join in on UT’s Largest Day of Service Volunteers can register as individuals, with groups, and as students, faculty, staff, or alumni.  We have 44 sites and space for over 1900 volunteers, with shifts in both the morning (9:15-2) and the afternoon […]

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Be a Team Lead! Applications Close 2/9

January 12, 2015
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Team Leads are The Project’s event staff.  They are one of the most valuable pieces of this event, because it’s the Team Leads who are really in charge on event day.  It’s a great opportunity for leadership experience, extra safety and facilitator training, and for a bigger piece of the action on Project day.  A […]

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Service learning on the East Side

December 12, 2014
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Students document the history of Austin’s Robert Weaver Homes in hopes of preserving them and advocating for their long-term residents This article was originally posted by The University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work – read the original article Only a few blocks east of Austin’s Interstate 35 and Lady Bird Lake there […]

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Be a Team Lead! Applications close 10/13

September 25, 2014
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Team Leads are The Project’s event staff.  They are one of the most valuable pieces of this event, because it’s the Team Leads who are really in charge on event day.  It’s a great opportunity for leadership experience, extra safety and facilitator training, and for a bigger piece of the action on Project day.  A […]

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