NFB Community Service Division Seeks Youth Blog Posts

From the mailbag:
Are you a middle/high school/college student?
Do you  Volunteer in your community with friends, family, a group or church?
or  Volunteer on your school/college campus with a campus group or friends?
Then the Community  Service Division would like to hear about your experiences.
In the month of  February  we are accepting and featuring  submissions from
students from middle  school to grad school.  non-grad and in-between for our
blog nfbcommunityservice.wordpress.com
<http://nfbcommunityservice.wordpress.com/>). So if you  are a student and doing
the community service thing  then send along your story to our blog  chair Chris
Parsons at christine-parsons@sbcglobal.net
<christine-parsons@sbcglobal.net> anytime between now and the end of the
month.
Stories can be 500 words or less, include what you do and  with whom.  they may
also include how you got involved with the group/project and what kind of
alternative (non-visual) techniques you use to serve along side your sighted
peers to get the job done.

Thanks,
Darian

p.s. If your child doesn?t do so but wants to, there?s no  reason why they
can?t start :).
Feel free to be in touch if support/ideas are needed.

Darian Smith
President, National Federation  of the Blind Community Service Division
dsmithnfb@gmail.com
(415)215-9809
twitter: @goldengateace
Connect with the Community Service Division
Facebook: search for ?NFB Community Service Division?.
Twitter:@NFBCSDivision

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