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Fresh START, standing for Students Taking an Active Role Today, is a day of service for freshman/new students and is the largest day of service at Penn State.
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27 August 2011 from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM
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Penn State University Park, PA
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Fresh START Day of Service 2011 will take place Saturday, August 27th. Volunteers begin the day at the HUB-Robeson Center where they will receive a free T-shirt and breakfast to get them ready for an exciting day of service. The volunteers will participate in icebreakers along with other entertainment before they head out to their volunteer sites (to see some of the sites we have visited in the past check out our Service Sites page under Meet the Committee). Upon returning to the HUB, the volunteers will participate in a group reflection on the day while eating more free food! They will also get a chance to check out how to get further involved with service at Penn State through the service fair. The service fair includes student service organizations at Penn State along with representatives from service sites in the area. The day will end with good music, great food, and raffle prizes.


Signing up for Fresh START Day of Service:

All freshmen, change of assignment and transfer students can participate in Fresh START Day of Service. All you need to do is:

1) Go to www.volunteer.psu.edu

2) Click on the link for Fresh START ( Make sure you click on the link that indicates whether you are a freshman or change of assignment/transfer student)

3) Login using your PSU userID and Password

4) Click Sign-Up under Volunteer

5) Click Schedule

6) Now go to update Info and please enter your t-shirt size and your phone number so that we can contact you as the day gets closer!

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