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Tampa Volunteers Build Bikes for Veterans & Military Families
Tampa Volunteers Build Bikes for Veterans & Military Families


 

Recently, volunteers from Argosy University, Tampa helped to build bikes for the Diversity Action Coalition’s (DAC) second annual Bike Build for veterans and military families. Jeff Day, campus president, Argosy University, Tampa offered up space on campus for storage, support, and bike building.

 

Diversity Action Coalition focuses on inspiring, empowering and engaging the community to assist military families and veterans in the Tampa Bay area. This year’s bike build was funded by a grant from Forester Financial.

 

In total, 19 new bikes were built at this event. 

 

Also during the festivities, Carson Bassett was commissioned as a second lieutenant United States Air Force.

 

“There is nothing like coming together as a community to create a remarkable experience for veterans and active military families in need,” said Jeff Day.  

 

Other event contributors included: Jammal Engineering, Inc, MHCV, Knights of Columbus - Tampa Chapter, Society of St Joseph - Christ the King, and the Stargardt Family.

 

 

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Close up of bike building

 

Group Photo of volunteers in front of the historical cigar building that Argosy University, Tampa is housed in

 

Sharon Gordwz of Foresters Financial, Nick Jammal of Jammal Engineering, Judge Gregory Holder of13th Judicial Circuit Veterans Treatment Court Mentor Program, and Jeff Day, Campus President.

 

Newly commissioned Second Lieutenant United States Air Force Carson Bassett, wife Christie Bassette (2015 Florida Teacher of the Year - Christie Bassett), and children: Ellie and Crawford at Diversity Action Coalition, Inc. Non Profit andForesters Financial 2nd Annual Build A Bike for Veterans event at Argosy University, Tampa ]

 

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Online Programs Holds Hot Dog Day to Cheer on Baseball Teams
Online Programs Holds Hot Dog Day to Cheer on Baseball Teams


Argosy University, Online Programs celebrated opening day for the Pittsburgh Pirates and Arizona Diamondback baseball teams by holding a hot dog day. Argosy University, Online Programs has offices in both cities and broke out the hotdogs and chips to make an event of baseball’s start this spring.

 

 

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Argosy University Dream Fest
Argosy University Dream Fest

 2018 DreamFest

DIVERSITY / RESOURCES / EDUCATION / AWARENESS / MILITARY

 

SAVE THE DATE!

April 14, 2018, from 9am-12pm

At Argosy University, Tampa

403 North Howard Avenue | Tampa, FL 33607

 

For more information contact: 813.906.7955 | argosy.edu/dreamfest

Argosy University, Tampa campus will be bustling with entertainment, food, resources for families, local vendors, sensory friendly play area and much more. Again, admissionis NO-COST, so please come out, support our communityand join in the celebration!

 

CO-HOSTED BY:

Diversity Action Coalition, Inc.

For vendor information contact Julie Reyes at:TEL: 856-470-4449 | EMAIL: dfwjc62@gmail.com

 

Programs, credential levels, technology, and scheduling options vary by school and are subject to change. Not all online programs are available to residents of all U.S. states. Argosy University, 1403 North Howard Avenue, Tampa, FL 33607 © 2018 ArgosyUniversity. All rights reserved. Our email address is materialsreview@argosy.edu.

 

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Argosy University, Online Programs Staff Volunteer at Family Fun Night
Argosy University, Online Programs Staff Volunteer at Family Fun Night


Staff members from Argosy University, Online Programs recently volunteered their time at Pittsburgh Morrow School’s Family Fun Night. The event was held in honor of National Reading Day and had a Dr. Seuss theme.

 

Students and their families were treated to popcorn, pizza, cotton candy, and balloon animals created by Popcorn the Clown.

 

The young students created Cat in the Hat crafts, made slime, played a word matching game, bingo, and Dr. Seuss bowling.  as well and play round or two bingo and Dr. Seuss blowing.  Argosy University, Online Programs is grateful for the volunteerism and donation of crafting materials.  

 

 

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