Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Student leaders report to governing board on highlights of an active year

CGCC students, including members of the Hands Enriching
Life Program, joined with employees to serve Thanksgiving
 dinner at the Boys & Girls Club in Chandler.
Several Chandler-Gilbert Community College student leaders from the Hands Enriching Life Program (HELP) told the governing board about a fall semester filled with activities at their Jan. 28 meeting. Julie Nguyen, Wendy Suarez and Whitney Vazzini shared that they had educated fellow students about the existence of hunger in their community and, among other activities, served a Thanksgiving dinner to people who otherwise would have had less to eat. They also participated in construction of a house in Phoenix while volunteering for Habitat for Humanity.


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  1. @cathy what are the benefits of reporting to governor(governing board) by students?? any advantage of it? Should other universities(GTU) also follow it?

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