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UGL Services offers community service scholarships

In its inaugural year, the program awarded $10,000, one-year scholarships to five students to recognize, encourage and support current and future community service projects. 

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UGL Services, the company that is custodial services contractor for Tulane University, is funding scholarships for five Tulane students who are spearheading community service projects. (Illustration by Melinda Viles)


June 27, 2012

New Wave staff
newwave@tulane.edu

UGL Services has initiated a community service scholarship program available to Tulane University students. In its inaugural year, the program awarded $10,000, one-year scholarships to five students to recognize, encourage and support current and future community service projects and to increase students’ sense of civic engagement and social responsibility. More...

 

 

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