Stevenson Students Run to Protect Kids with Epilepsy
The volunteer efforts by Stevenson students help many in the community. Recently, members of the National Honor Society sponsored a fundraising effort to support the Danny Did Foundation and to raise awareness for epilepsy and Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy. Brett Erdman, the Stevenson community service coordinator, reports that students who signed up for the recent 1 in 26 Challenge raised $5,500 by running or walking more than 1600 miles. A heartfelt thank you to the students who organized and coordinated this effort to support this wonderful cause.
Virtual Career Exploration Nights
The Stevenson Career Exploration Program is hosting a series of virtual Career Exploration Nights to help Stevenson students to learn about careers in business and leadership, medicine, and STEM careers for women. During three evenings next week, students can listen to a presentation by panelists followed by a question and answer session.