2nd Annual Coats and Coffee Winter Coat Drive
Nov 6 – Nov 30 all-day

The Alonzo A. Crim Center for Urban Educational Excellence has partnered with Ebrik Coffee Room for the 2nd Annual Coats and Coffee Winter Coat Drive, taking place through Nov. 30.

Help local Atlanta children keep warm this winter by donating new and gently used coats, hats, gloves and scarves at the Crim Center (College of Education and Human Development, suite 350) or at Ebrik Coffee Room (16 Park Place S.E., Atlanta). Donations will be delivered to students in the Atlanta Public Schools system.

For more information about the drive, contact Angelique Spruill Nealy at 404-413-8479.

After-School All-Stars Angel Tree 2015
Nov 13 – Dec 7 all-day

After-School All-Stars Atlanta will collect presents for families in need this holiday season through its annual Angel Tree project, which begins Nov. 13.

The Angel Tree supports City of Refuge and My Sister’s House, both of which provide transitional housing for homeless women and their children. Most of these children are elementary- or middle school-aged and all of them attend the After-School All-Stars Atlanta program.

To participate, take a name off of the tree in the CEHD lobby (which includes family members’ names, sizes, ages and genders) and purchase, wrap and place names on the gifts. Then, call After-School All-Stars at 404-413-8355 and the staff will pick up the gifts. You can also drop your gifts off at the ASASA office (1042 One Park Place South, Atlanta). All gifts must be picked up or delivered to the ASASA office by Dec. 7.

The project’s goal is for every child and their mother on our list to receive a gift this holiday season. Gifts donated for this project are considered charitable donations, so please retain the receipts if you wish to claim them on your taxes.

For questions, please contact:

Yanna Jones

Lyndsy Greene

Dr. Walt Thompson

School Professions Career Fair 2016 @ Veteran's Memorial Hall - Dahlberg Hall
Mar 16 @ 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm

College of Education & Human Development & Human Development students looking to get a jump start on their post-graduation job searches will be able to meet with potential employers at the School Professions Career Fair on Thursday, March 10, 2016, from 4-6:30 p.m. in Veteran’s Memorial Hall.

The career fair, hosted by the college and Georgia State University Career Services, invites current Georgia State students to meet with representatives from various school systems in Georgia and other states. More details will be posted on the College of Education & Human Development & Human Development’s website closer to the event.