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Wolf Pack Reading week is put on by the ASUN Committee on Civic Engagement to promote literacy in schools. Volunteers will travel to two different elementary schools, Libby Booth Elementary and Natchez Elementary, to read to kids.
Transportation is provided by the ASUN Center for Student Engagement. See shift details for times and pickup location on campus.
32 Positions Filled | 25 Impacts | 66 Hours
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Location: Transportation will pick up in front of Lawlor Events Center, by the new E.L. Wiegand Fitness Center and the Joe Crowley Student Union., University of Nevada, Reno, 1664 North Virginia, Reno, NV 89557
|Libby Booth Elementary||11:45am (PT)||2:30pm (PT)||Volunteers for this shift will receive transportation and volunteer at Libby Booth Elementary School.||20/22||Over|
|Natchez Elementary School||11:45am (PT)||2:30pm (PT)||Volunteers for this shift will receive transportation and volunteer at Natchez Elementary School in Wadsworth,...||12/24||Over|
Kimberly Thomas wrote on March 3rd, 2017
I can't go this time. Will there be other opportunities to read to children in the community? I would love to find time to participate in an opportunity like this one.
David White wrote on March 2nd, 2017
Hi! My name is Dave White, I am a graduating Undergrad this Spring, 2017. First I'd like to say this sounds amazing, reading to kids is so much fun! I wanted to let you know that I published my first children's book last year after being inspired by one of my Education classes. I would love to donate a book to your program if that is alright. My email is email@example.com