Positive Changes in the Community Start at ECPI University

Positive Changes in the Community Start at ECPI University

Positive Changes in the Community Start at ECPI University

Charleston CampusNursing student Amanda Thomas donates at the campus’ Heroes of Health Sciences Red Cross Blood Drive.

Positive Changes in the Community Start at ECPI University

Charleston Campus – Faculty members Jenny Mantini and Mr. Praveen Nalla hosted Cub Scout Pack 14 to help them earn their Science Belt Loop and Pin.

Positive Changes in the Community Start at ECPI University

Charleston Campus – A group of faculty and staff members served as judges at the Tri-County Science Fair.

Positive Changes in the Community Start at ECPI University

Nerisse Moya helping a group of seniors

Charleston Campus –Members of the ECPI University Honour Society visited the Hanahan Senior Center to teach seniors about Facebook and how to to use Smartphones.

Positive Changes in the Community Start at ECPI University

Nijah McNeil, Ben Hogan, Brittany Crawley, and Aiysha James

Charlotte Campus – Members of the Medical Professionals Club went to Soup’s On – an event that occurs twice a month to provide food to the homeless – and handed out fresh fruit, granola bars, breakfast burritos, and hot coffee.

Positive Changes in the Community Start at ECPI University

Columbia Campus – More than two dozen students, faculty, and staff participated in this year’s American Heart Association Midlands Heart Walk.

Positive Changes in the Community Start at ECPI University

Newport News Campus – Faculty members Humphrey Minx, Kandy Mills, and Betty Davis served as judges at the annual Norfolk Public Schools Science Fair.

Positive Changes in the Community Start at ECPI University

Online – Staff members Rae Sewell and Janet Hamel volunteered with Operation Tattooing Freedom (OTF) at the Hampton Roads Tattoo Festival. OTF is a non-profit organization founded by veteran and ECPI University Online MBA alumni Lewis Hunt. OTF offers communication sessions for veterans that suffer from emotional or physical disorders due to their time in service. During those sessions, veterans receive a tattoo and the opportunity to talk with fellow veterans about their time in the military and day-to-day life outside of the service.

Positive Changes in the Community Start at ECPI University

Richmond/Emerywood CampusDental Assisting student Victoria Murillo volunteered at Give Kids a Smile, helping teach children how to properly brush and explaining why it’s so important.

Positive Changes in the Community Start at ECPI University

Health Information Management Faculty Member Linda Vernon

Richmond/Moorefield CampusStudents, faculty, and staff participated in a jeans day fundraiser to support the American Heart Association during American Heart Month.

Positive Changes in the Community Start at ECPI University

Virginia Beach CampusDental Assisting students Bridgette Delikat, Lungile Beede, and Dara White volunteered to visit a local daycare center to teach children about good oral hygiene as part of Children’s Dental Health Month.