MLK Day of Service 2012
In honor of a legacy constructed from altruistic principles and unwavering efforts to attain social equality, the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity would like to invite you to answer Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s call to serve. Join OMA&D students and staff in a day of volunteering in which the ultimate aim is to answer the age old question posed by Dr. King himself “Life’s most persistent question is: “What are you doing for others?” To find more information, please visit our website. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-543-4635. Click here to sign up! Please sign up by Friday, January 13th, 2012 at 5pm
ECC Morning Kick Off & Breakfast
Ethnic Cultural Theater
8:30am – 10:30am
Join the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity’s Ethnic Cultural Center in kicking off the MLK National Day of Service in positive and inspirational way during our volunteer continental breakfast. Featuring: a formal welcome and thanks from Dr. Gabriel E. Gallardo, Associate Vice President of Student Services and Academic Support Program, historical footage of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and commemorative keepsakes to mark the event. Please RSVP at http://eccmlk.eventbrite.com
Meridian Park Elementary School
Meridian Park School
10:00am – 2:00pm
Help Meridian Park Elementary School continue to serve their community by creating usable spaces for after school classes, clubs and activities for students, and meeting spaces for the Parent Teacher Association. Join us for a fun afternoon where we’ll be rolling up our sleeves to clear out, clean up, and organize a much needed space. Van pool leaves the ECC theater at 9:30am sharp.
LSAMP and MESA: Mentor for a Day
Pacific Science Center
8:15am – 2:15pm
Join the Louis Stokes Alliance For Minority Participation (LSAMP) and the Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) Program to bring over 200 MESA elementary school students to the Pacific Science Center to participate in science activities, hands on experiments and learn from guest speakers. Volunteers are needed to engage with students and assist in making their encounter with science and math fun! If interested, please complete a background check and submit it to Stephanie Gardner at email@example.com or you may deliver a copy to her at the LSAMP Center, in MGH 311. The deadline is January 10.
30th Annual MLK Jr. Rally and March
Starts at 11:00am on January 16th.
The members of the Martin Luther King Celebration Committee announce the 30th Annual region-wide MLK Birthday Celebration. The day will commence with workshops followed by a rally composed of performances by local choirs and guest speakers. The march from Garfield High School will follow directly after the rally and will conclude at the Federal Building on 2nd Avenue. Rally begins at 11:00am, March begins at 12:30pm. Multiple groups will be leaving from campus beginning at 10:30am via King County Metro bus route #48 to Mt. Baker.