September 6, 2018
RIT Croatia Alumni Office organizes RIT Global Day of Service 2018, that will be held on Saturday, September 8th, 2018 at RIT Croatia campus in Dubrovnik from 9 am to 12pm. This program is a joint effort between our alumni chapters around the world with the goal of bonding together and making a difference in our communities through service projects. Since International Literacy Day is taking place on September 8th, it has been decided to engage in activities relevant to that particular day. RIT Croatia Alumni, faculty, staff and students are invited to donate books for an Elementary school in Cavtat and for 65+ Croatian Red Cross Association in Dubrovnik. Books will be collected at the RIT Croatia Dubrovnik campus, at the address Don Frana Bulića 6 on Saturday, September 8th, 2018 from 9am to 12pm.
An English, Spanish, Italian, Russian and German language workshop will be held for children age 5 and up to 12 years, at the RIT Croatia campus, on the same day, starting at 10am to 11am. You can refer this information to your family and friends and they can register for specific workshop here. You can read more about this and other Alumni Global Day of Service events here.
Quality and excellence have always been embedded in RIT Croatia's DNA. As a global campus of RIT, we are committed to deliver exceptional studying and learning experiences for our students, we well as working experience for our employees.
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