PAF Program Updates
In December second-year PAF Katie Wynne and first-year PAF Dor Hirsh Bar Gai volunteered at EdFest, DC’s citywide school fair where thousands of District residents have the opportunity to explore over 200 public and public charter school options.
On Saturday, January 14th the PAFs gathered to enjoy an afternoon of gymnastics and celebrate the memory of Lindsey Ferris, CCAS BA ‘01 MA ‘03. Now in its 10th year, GW Athletics hosts the Lindsey Ferris Invitational to honor Lindsey’s legacy. GW Gymnastics won the Invitational for the fifth year in a row!
More than 600 GW students, faculty, alumni, community members and staff – including the PAFs—volunteered at 12 sites around D.C. as part of the university’s annual day of service honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, January 16th. The Day of Service, organized by the GW Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service, kicked off King Week: a week long itinerary of service events hosted in Dr. King’s honor, organized by the Multicultural Student Services Center.
PAFs met with Vice Provost Christopher Bracey and Dean Geneva Henry to discuss opportunities in the realm of undergraduate teaching at GW.
With the support of the PAF Academic and Professional Development Fund, Max attended Victory Institute’s International LGBT Leaders Conference..