The 1st annual ACMT Community Service Day for the Zagreb campus will be held on Saturday, October 1st, between 10 am and 13:00 pm.
The Community Service Day is a college contribution to the local Zagreb community and it will be organized every year.
This year we will work with the local elementary school Pavleka Miseka to undertake a clean-up and planting action in the school yard. We will be divided into working groups and each group will look after a different task. Please meet in the front of the school at 09:30 am, to ensure that the action starts on time.For all of you who do not know where this school is, here is the address: Sveti Duh 24.
"ACMT Community Service Day" T-shirts will be distributed to the first 70 volunteers, and refreshments and snacks will be available for everyone. Tools and equipment for completing our project will be provided, and be sure to wear clothes that you can work in.
The success of this event ultimately depends upon your participation, so I would ask that you all participate and show the Zagreb community how much we appreciate being a part of it.
I look forward to seeing you on the morning of Saturday, October 1st!
President and Dean
American College of Management & Technology
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