Students at the Oneonta Job Corps Center in New York celebrated the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service by attending a celebration at the Center for Multicultural Experiences at State University of New York. They also volunteered at a local agency working with adults who have developmental and intellectual disabilities.
Other highlights from the week include:
- Learning about best practices for recycling and waste management at the Rogers Environmental Conservation Center.
- Reading books about Dr. King to first-, second-, and third-grade classes at a local elementary school.
Students continued to honor Dr. King’s legacy of service to one’s community when they volunteered to set up a community celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. where one student performed Maya Angelou’s “Still I Rise.”