Motlow State provides opportunity for Tennessee Promise students to fulfill community service requirement
LYNCHBURG, TN (Oct.19, 2016) — Motlow State Community College will be holding a Cleanup Day at all four of its campuses this fall to provide Tennessee Promise students the opportunity to fulfill their eight hours of community service requirement. The deadline for community service for the spring semester is Dec. 1.
Each of the four Motlow campuses will hold a Cleanup Day that will be on a specific Friday, 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Motlow staff members will be available to help students register and log their community service hours.
The following cleanup days are scheduled: Moore County campus, Oct. 28; McMinnville campus Nov. 4; Fayetteville campus Nov. 11; and Smyrna campus Nov. 18.
“This is a fantastic opportunity for Tennessee Promise students to satisfy a very important requirement in order to maintain Promise funding,” said Debra Smith, Tennessee Promise coordinator at Motlow. “Our thanks goes out to the Motlow State facilities team for helping to make this happen. It is a win-win opportunity, as it not only benefits the students but also helps to build student pride in helping to keep our beautiful Motlow campuses clean.”
The deadline for application for Tennessee Promise for current Tennessee high school seniors, those graduating in 2017, is Nov. 1.
For more information contact Debra Smith at email@example.com or call 931-438-9766.