CMDA Virtual National Convention:
The Crisis -
Stories from the Frontlines
Thursday, April 29th - Saturday, May 1st 2021
1:00pm - 4:00pm
The 2021 CMDA National Convention is going virtual! And we want to connect YOU with activities that are designed for students!
Here are few things not to miss:
VIE Poster Session: Saturday, May 1 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. ET. Visit the session, talk to the presenters, view their research and be inspired.
Mentor Match: Saturday, May 1 from 2:15 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. ET. Meet and interact with professionals in a variety of specialties and from all over the country. Ask questions and make connections.
Live Worship by Ryan Kennedy and The Hall Sisters: Saturday night concert at 8:30 p.m.
Live Plenaries: with Philip Yancey, Rev. Alveda King, Dr. Al Mohler and more.
Live Workshops: Topics range from COVID-19, racism, opioids and more.
Regional Meetings: Friday, April 30 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. ET. Find out what is happening in your region and connect with fellow students near you!
Use Code - scholarship-stu to wave the $25 Registration Free & attend the event Free of Charge!
VIRTUAL SCHOOL OUTREACH
We have the opportunity to provide oversight, a safe place, and socially distanced interaction for South Gardens families through Virtual School Support.
Community Bible Church of Savannah is partnering with The Dream Campaign and other members of the Body of Christ to join together in meeting this need. Please consider signing up for a 2 hour volunteer shift below.
See here for Volunteer Requirements and Roles.
Mon - Fri: 7am - 3:30pm
We are so thankful that you are interested in volunteering. If you have any questions, please reach out to our
Neighbors Director: Morgan Paddock at email@example.com
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA MENTOR PROGRAM
Able to Participate from Anywhere
16 - Week Mentorship (Repeatable)
1-2 Hours Per Month
ALUMNI OPPORTUNTIY TO INVEST IN
A FELLOW BULLDOG'S FUTURE
Support students in developing their personal, professional, and academic networks with UGA Alumni through both Career and Psychosocial Support
COVID-19 IMMUNIZATION TRAINING
The Georgia Department of Public Health Coastal Health District Chatham County Health Department has sent us an urgent plea for assistance administering COVID-19 vaccines. Students who have not been trained to administer injections may complete the attached online training program.
Students who are interested and able to volunteer should complete the training guides ( attached) from the Department of Public Health. Watch the videos, etc. and fill out the form. You will then be required to administer vaccines under observation before you can be signed off at the bottom of the form. Tammi Brown, the CCHD Nurse Manager on Eisenhower Drive is copied, as is Laurie Melhorn, Nurse Manager with the Bryan County Health Dept in Richmond Hill. Please notify the staff as you arrive and they will gladly arrange for you to be observed. An email to Nurse Brown or Nurse Melhorn before you attend would be appreciated as well. Please print out the forms and certificates of completion of each module to expedite the process. There are also good short videos on YouTube for how to give an IM injection in the arm we would suggest you review beforehand.
"Lack of documentation is becoming a problem for acceptance."