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04/25/17

SEI Volunteers–Thank you for Caring

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SEI employees kicked off National Volunteer Week by leading story time at Children’s Village. Posing on our outdoor play deck are SEI volunteers (l to r): Kamiel Corbin, Karen Supinski, also a Children’s Village Board member, Jen Mears, Sue Scott, Lisa Proto, and Terri Walton,

SEI Cares Volunteer Kameil Corbin sharing story-time joy with preschoolers.

Children who love to read love to learn—and we thank SEI employees for enhancing our literacy-rich environment by leading story time for students in our nationally accredited Preschool Program.  Prior to volunteering in the classroom, Zaina Keenan, Early Childhood Director, provided the SEI respresentatives with a tutorial on ways to enrich story time.

SEI touches the lives of the 415 young learners at Children’s Village in many ways, helping ensure that all children – including those who are low income and learning English – have access to an environment that best fosters development and learning. SEI has hosted school-age children on trips to its corporate campus in Oaks; conducted book and classroom supplies drives; and directed contributions to benefit at-risk preschoolers at Children’s Village through SEI’s participation in the Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC) pre-kindergarten tax credit program.

Volunteering at Children’s Village was one of several SEI Cares’ community service activities for National Volunteer Week. SEI’s fundraising and volunteer activities are coordinated through SEI Cares, a grassroots, employee-run organization encouraging philanthropy. Children’s Village is honored by our selection as a SEI Cares partner.  Children’s Village also benefits from the expertise and dedication of SEI’s Karen A. Supinski, SHRM-CP, PHR, Workforce Development, who serves as a member of our Board of Directors.

To learn more about SEI commitment to the community, visit www.SEIC.com.

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Preschoolers and their teachers pose with SEI Cares volunteer Sue Scott (right, seated in red shirt).

Preschoolers thank SEI Cares volunteer Terri Walton with hugs!

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SEI Cares volunteer Jen Mears leading story time.

SIE Cares volunteer Lisa Proto reads to classroom 303.

SIE Cares volunteer Lisa Proto reads to classroom 303.

SEI employee Sue Scott reads to children in classroom 202.

SEI Cares volunteer Sue Scott reads to children in classroom 202.

 
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