The Black Law Students Association hosted its annual
Community Service Week from September 24 to 28, 2012. The purpose of was week is to address non-law related community needs in Charlottesville, VA. This week's events were highlighted on the University of Virginia School of Law website and University of Virginia School of Law Facebook page. Thank you to everyone who served!
Community Service Events:
Books Behind Bars
Volunteers checked books for markings, stored books, and read letters from inmates and gathered the requested books.
Board of the School Thrift Shop
Volunteers cleaned the exterior and interior of the building.
Crozet Elementary School
Volunteers worked directly with kids either at the school's library fair and participated in various activities with kindergarten classes.
Volunteers hand addressed envelopes, cleared out office space, and built storage shelves.
Habitat for Humanity
Volunteers helped build a house.
If you missed our September GBM, please see the slideshow presentation below for a quick review.
Do you want to be a part of one of the best BLSA Advocacy Teams in the country? Do you want to travel to Pittsburgh and Atlanta this year for FREE? Check out the BLSA Advocacy brochure below to find out how you can get a great academic experience and bond with other BLSA members across the country! The interest meeting for all competition teams will be held September 14, 2012 and the team rosters will be set by October 1, 2012.
If you cannot make it to the meeting the Application can be found under the brochure.
BLSA at UVA