Disability Rights New York, Students registered to vote and learned how to be advocates for individuals with disabilities
How Does the Census Impact Me? Workshop, Are you ready to be a Census influencer? Students learned how being counted in the 2020 Census impacted them, their families, and their community for the next ten years. They reviewed how the Census impacted their everyday life as college students, from financial aid to the street they took to class that day.
Erie County Board of Elections, Students registered to vote for the 2020 primaries, special election, and general election.
Higher Education Action Day, Students went to Albany to advocate for affordable and accessible higher education in New York State.
ConnectLife Blood Drive, Faculty, staff, and students donated blood to help local residents in need! We supported Western New York’s only community blood center and federally designated organ, eye, and tissue procurement agency. ConnectLife saves and enhances lives through the support and compassion of donors who graciously choose to give the gift of life.
The Organizer's Tool Kit, Before you can be an activist you have to get organized! Students were made aware of how their organization skills were a form of community activism and advocacy. Also, students learned the steps needed to turn ideas into detailed events and advocacy campaigns for social change.
FSA Tax Prep Sessions, The campus community and our neighbors had a chance to file their taxes for FREE.
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