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Let's Rock the Vote 'Yotes today!
In honor of National Voter Registration Day on today, September 27 we will be showing a free screening of the film "The Purge: Election Year" on the Pfau Library Lawn. We are encouraging ALL 'Yotes to come out and join us as We Rock The Vote! Our fellow 'Yotes at ASI, Inc. will also join us as they provide more information about the upcoming election, so make sure to stop by their Voter Education Booth. We'll also have several stations for you to be able to register to vote, pledge to vote and to check if you're already registered to vote. Let's make all our voices count 'Yotes on this next election. Come and join us at the Pfau Library lawn from 6PM-9PM. The free screening of the movie will start at 7PM.
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Let's Get on Board with Service
Welcome back 'Yotes. As the new acadmic year begins, we want to start off our year right by encouraging all our 'Yotes to Get on Board With Service! Don't forget to check out our volunteer page to read about the new volunteer opportunities on and off campus.Find out ways to get involved in how to leave your paw print in our community. We wish you all a great success in this upcoming school year!
More than sixty #CSUSB students volunteered with San Bernardino County to help cleanup Highland Avenue and Perris Hill Park on Saturday, Sept. 24. Thank you 'Yotes for leaving your paw print in our community. Way to go in making a difference! Go 'Yotes! Photos courtesy of Corinne McCurdy, CSUSB photographer. #engageCSUSB#fightblight
Coyote DEN receives more than 3,300 pounds of food donations and cash from CSUSB faculty, staff
TOP STORIES September 19, 2016, by Office of Strategic Communication
Cal State San Bernardino faculty and staff opened their hearts as well as their cupboards and wallets as they donated during the Employee Appreciation Picnic more than 3,300 pounds of non-perishable food and hygiene items along with $436 in cash and gift cards to the university’s food pantry for students.
The donations to the “DENation Drive,” which were collected at special booths during the picnic, were broken up by division with Academic Affairs employees giving the most in donations — $254 in cash and gift cards and 1,614 pounds in food, said Diane Podolske, director of the CSUSB Office of Community Engagement, which oversees the DEN short for Delivering Emergency Nourishment.
The picnic, which was held on Sept. 16, featured music, games, prizes, free food along with a dunk tank, was part of the day-long Employee Development Day with sessions on information technology, personal health and wellness, and career skills advancement.
The breakdown of donations by division to the DEN is listed below. The cash and gift card donations were then converted to a five pound food donation for every $10 given.
Visit The DEN food pantry website for more information.
For more information on Cal State San Bernardino, contact the university’s Office of Strategic Communication at (909) 537-5007 and visit news.csusb.edu.
The DEN Food Pantry Won Team Achievement Award at Convocation
CSUSB The DEN food pantry was recognized at Convocation for the 2015-2016 Team Achievement Award. Thank you to all our on-campus partners for all your support in helping to make sure our students have the basic resources to succeed. Throughout the year we partnered with the following department such as Financial Aid, Recreation and Wellness Center, ASI, Inc., Sodexo, Coyote Radio, Santos Manuel Student Union, Undergraduate Studies and Student Engagement to help us succeed in meeting the needs our our students with food insecurities.Thank you for a wonderful year and we look foward to continuing and expanding our partnerships with other departments.
CSUSB Partnership Form
The resulting database will enable CSUSB to showcase community-bassed collaborations through scholarship, teaching, research, creative activities, service, and more.
If you have any questions, please contact Diane Podolske at (909) 537-7483 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.