GRASP of William Penn University to hold Cultural Workshop
On Saturday, June 24, the Global Relationships and Awareness Student Program (GRASP) will hold a cultural workshop the Scheuermann Room of the Dana M. Atkins Memorial Union. The workshop, which will go from 1 – 4 p.m. on the Oskaloosa campus, is an opportunity to network with members of the Oskaloosa community who are interested in promoting cross-cultural awareness and understanding. The event aims to foster an atmosphere of respect for diverse cultures, and to create an environment that develops the next generation of students to be poised for leadership in a global climate.
“The purpose of the workshop is to provide an opportunity for community members to do some networking and learn about opportunities to become involved in the Oskaloosa area through GRASP,” said Heidi Scholes, workshop coordinator and Development/Gift Stewardship Officer at William Penn University.
For more information, contact Heidi Scholes at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 641-673-1297.
GRASP provides students attending William Penn University with an opportunity for community, friendship, and involvement with residents of Oskaloosa and surrounding areas as well as students attending Oskaloosa Community Schools. William Penn University has students from over 42 states and 20 countries. Those countries include: China, United Kingdom, France, Denmark, Brazil, Spain, Italy, Australia, Serbia, Germany, Rwanda, Canada, Myanmar, Argentina, Bahamas, South Africa, Sweden, Norway, Zambia, and Ecuador.
For more information, contact:
William Penn University
(641) 673-1078 | email@example.com