UH Metropolitan Volunteer Program Volunteer Information Session
YOUTH ORIENTED NON-PROFITS BRING VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES TO UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON CAMPUS
The Metropolitan Volunteer Program is hosting a volunteer information session, Thursday March 29, at 4:00 p.m. in the Tejas Room, located on the top floor of the University Center.
Guest speakers from Big Brothers Big Sisters, Bowl for Kids Sake, and Lemonade Day Houston will be attending to give information about their organizations, events, and volunteer opportunities for university students. Big Brothers Big Sisters is a national mentoring program with over 100 years experience helping
to pair young children with caring role models.
Bowl for Kids Sake is a fundraising event hosted through Big Brothers Big Sisters that organizes bowling teams in local communities across the country to raise donation goals for Big Brothers Big Sisters activities. The Lemonade Day Houston program currently serves over 50,000 children in the Houston community by providing them the entrepreneurial experience of planning and opening their own lemonade stand.
The program is an annual event that begins with a month long mentoring phase and ends with a city wide grand opening day on the first Sunday in May. The program aims at teaching financial literacy while instilling the traits of leadership, social consciousness, and community involvement.
The Metropolitan Volunteer Program is proud to bring these organizations to the UH campus
community. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to attend this event to discover how they
can support and partake in the charitable efforts of these organizations and help them benefit the
Contact: David Garcia