Alternative Spring Break students empower neighborhoods

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Alternative Spring Break students empower neighborhoods

Two Fresno State student teams will complete over 1,091 hours of service for the Alternative Spring Break project March 28 – April 2. One team of 20 students will work with Every Neighborhood Partnership doing youth activities and site improvements Saturday through Tuesday. The other team of 10 will serve at the GRID Alternatives Central Valley site Monday through Thursday to install solar panels in two Fresno homes. The project is coordinated by the University Student Union and the Jan and Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning. A service recognition reception will be held April 28. INFO: Marina Aguilera at si_programming@csufresno.edu. Full release to come.