Community Service Day: Volunteer Today!

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March 31, 2017 - 7:30am to 4:00pm

The Tauber Institute for Global Operations needs you! The 5th annual Community Service Day is being held on March 31, 2017. Join Tauber alumni, faculty, students, and Industry Advisory Board members from all over the world as we come together to serve in our local community. 

Here’s how you can help make this year even more successful:

  • Sign up for a volunteer opportunity by signing up here. You can email the Community Service Day organizer listed to learn more about projects that interest you.
  • Don’t see a project happening near you? Connect with a local charity or organization and register an individual project. Community Service Day is an excellent way for you to engage others in service for an organization that you care about. You can also check back on the website later as new projects are posted.
  • Bring your Tauber classmates and network with fellow alumni and Tauber Industry Advisory Board members; everyone is welcome to be a part of the Community Service Day. Community Service Day provides a wonderful way to make an impact in operations.

The last day to register for the Community Service Day is March 24. We hope that you’ll be part of this effort for the benefit of our community!

Thank you and Go Blue!


Community Service Day 2017 Schedule - Volunteer today!
7:30 am  - Continental breakfast in Ross Colloquium (6th floor) and pick up boxed lunches for teams
8:00 am  - Travel to local companies/organizations
12:00 pm - Lunch with team (provided by Tauber)
4:00 pm -  Return to Ross School of Business for wrap-up

 
Background Information
Tauber Community Service Day is an annual volunteer collaborative effort between Tauber students, faculty, staff, and our Industry Advisory Board.  Volunteer teams have worked with a wide variety of organizations, including the Ann Arbor ReUse Center, FAR Therapeutic Arts and Recreation, Ryan's Case for Smiles (formerly Conkerr Cancer), the Clean Energy Coalition, the Ark performance space, and the Ann Arbor Farmers' Market.
 
Questions?  
Email Tauber student Nathan Estes at estesn@umich.edu
Washtenaw County: Community Action Network, Food Gatherers, Growing Hope, Huron Valley Humane Society