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Activities/Skills/Goals for PCW Club members include but are not limited to:
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*Cat Feeding& Colony care taking
*Building Cat Shelters & Feeding stations
*Setting up a NYIT Project Catwalk Web Site
*Feral kitten socialization/adoption
*Free Educational Classes
*Advocacy & Community organizing around feral cat welfare
On Thursday, April 15, 2021 We are asking NYIT students to run a Pet Food Drive for Project Catwalk to help feed the cats on the Old Westbury campus. Any interested students please email, Prof. Don Kershan, email@example.com for details.
Please take note of this information to prepare for any impact the Coronavirus (COVID-19) may have on your service-learning placement. Experiential Education will be in touch with your service-learning instructors and site supervisors to find alternatives to direct service, should direct service projects be cancelled.
Please do the following:
1. If you aren’t already, keep a log or record of where your progress is on your projects. Make it a Google document and share it with your service-learning instructor and service-learning supervisor so they can access it if need be. This will ensure that projects can continue if your supervisor can’t reach you.
2. Ensure that you receive company-wide emails, robocalls, or other communications so you will be informed if your service placement location closes.
3. Please keep Amy Bravo firstname.lastname@example.org and your service-learning instructor informed of what is happening at your site with regard to a potential emergency situation.
Lastly, ensure that you are getting New York Tech alerts. All information related to COVID-19 is here: https://www.nyit.edu/medicine/health_updates