Faculty, staff, and students from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown were out in the community in full-force from October 18 through the 24th as part of of the college’s “Pitt-Johnstown @ Your Service” week. The project included nearly 30 service projects and events for the community.
The week-long service initiative was the second “Pitt-Johnstown @ Your Service” week, which debuted in March. During that week, the campus community performed more than 150 volunteer hours while sponsoring 20 service projects and community events.
Please click here to view the list of Pitt-Johnstown community members who volunteered their time, energy, and expertise to make this event a success.
Goodwill Visit: Defense Veterans Brain Injury Center
Residents of the Defense Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC) were treated to a picnic dinner compliments of Pitt-Johnstown during "@ Your Service" Week. We would like to extend our deepest appreciation to everyone at the DVBIC for allowing us the privilege of visiting their facility and sharing a meal with the residents. It was an experience that was both rewarding and enlightening.
Chris Jordan and Patrick Redman enjoy a fun moment with PJ the Mountain Cat
Gary Schall gives a thumbs-up to the volunteers who served the meal.
James Carlton enjoys some desser with PJ.
@ Your Service volunteers take a moment to pose with the staff of DVBIC.