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Class Gift Campaign Recruiting For 2016

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The Class Gift Campaign, Penn State’s oldest tradition, is seeking applications from all students for the 2016 Class Gift Campaign committee. Applications are currently available for all executive and general campaign committee positions and are due Jan. 30, 2015.

This year’s gift was the Solar Panel Array, a pledged contribution to the university’s energy consumption and going-green mentality. Past class gifts have included the Lion Shrine, HUB Fish Tanks, the Peace Garden, and the Allen Street Gates, in addition to numerous class scholarships. All these gifts are the result of senior class enthusiasm and financial support, but the gift planning starts with the executive committee.

Applications can be found here or on the Class Gift website. Questions can be sent to Tara Bendler, 2015 Class Gift Executive Director, at [email protected].

Now it’s 2016’s turn to start your legacy.

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