The West Palm Beach recently hosted a Community Service Fair. Students and graduates participated in this exciting event to learn more about resources available to them in the community. In addition, they had the opportunity to connect with a non-profit organization where they can complete community service hours as part of the Leadership Distinction Program.
Thirty non-profit organizations participated in the event, including Karen’s Equine Therapy, who brought along two therapy hens to share with attendees. A graduate who completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice, William Genim, secured a position with the Coalition for Independent Living Options and attended as a vendor. Also, current Bachelor of Arts in Psychology student, Julia Duncan, just began a paid internship with Autism Speaks and she eagerly signed people up for the Autism Speaks Walk, to join the KU Seahawks team; learn more here.
Autism Speaks Walk Details:
Date and time: March 5, 2017 / Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. / Walk begins at 10:30 a.m.
Location: Meyer Amphitheatre, 105 Evernia Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401