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The Project expands to Texas Exes’ chapters nationwide

The university’s largest day of service on Feb. 25 is branching out this year to include alumni around the nation. Watch a video on how to get involved.

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The University of Texas at Austin’s largest day of service, called The Project, is expanding in February 2012 to include alumni and friends of UT around the nation.

The Project has been sponsored by the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement‘s Volunteer and Service Learning Center for the past 13 years and this year, is partnering with the Ex-Students’ Association for Texas Exes Care about The Project.

On Feb. 25, about 2,000  student, faculty and staff volunteers will work with the residents of Dove Springs in Austin on neighborhood improvement projects. Throughout the month of February, alumni chapters around the country have planned service projects in their own communities.

For more information on how to get involved, visit The Project’s registration website or the Texas Exes’ website.