Kentucky State University’s Office of Regional Stewardship & Public Engagement needs volunteer advisors for Operation Preparation 2016 on March 14, 15, 21, 22 and 23. Volunteer advisors will share tips about college and career options in their area of expertise for two-hour periods at the Carl Hill Student Center ballroom.
Operation Preparation is a statewide initiative that gives eighth and tenth-grade students in Kentucky an opportunity to meet with a volunteer advisor to focus on their career plans and preparation. The initiative is seeking at least 80 volunteer advisors per session each day for five days in all areas including agriculture, health science, arts/humanities, military and law careers. See the attached sign-up form.
KSU will host more 2,500 students from Frankfort Independent and Franklin, Henry, Owen and Anderson counties for Operation Preparation.
If you would like to volunteer, please contact Irma Johnson with your topic and available timeframe at Irma.firstname.lastname@example.org; 502-597-6315 or Monique Roberts at 597-6560. You may also be contacted by Amy Nance, volunteer coordinator for Franklin County Public Schools.