2012 Annual Meeting Service Project
The 2012 NACUBO Serving the Community Service Project was held at Kelly Miller Middle School in economically challenged Northeast Washington, D.C. on Saturday, July 28. More than 100 volunteers worked to improve the environment of this designated "flagship" teaching facility through painting, assembling furniture and landscaping the school grounds. For the sixth year running the service project was developed and managed in partnership with TIAA-CREF. Additional planning and support was provided by American University and ARAMARK Higher Education.
Agency Description: Originally constructed in 1949, the current Kelly Miller opened in 2004 with the specific goal of offering high quality training in technology and the arts. The school works closely with American University's School of Education, Teaching and Health to improve the educational achievement of the students and to promote the connection between healthy lifestyles and learning. Visit the school website.