ESU’s Moses Society is Nation’s Second-Highest Earning Recycling School for 2013-14 Academic Year
Pictured from left to right: Tammy Baumgardner, secretary for residence life and housing; Melody Enriquez, a senior from East Stroudsburg, Pa., majoring in psychology; Dora Osei-Bonsu, a sophomore from Tamiment, Pa., majoring in nursing; Abby Sykes, a junior from East Stroudsburg, Pa., majoring in speech-language pathology; and Cathy Gamez, a graduate student from East Stroudsburg, Pa., seeking a master’s in exercise science. The efforts of the Moses Society with the “Recycling Advantage Program,” enabled East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania to be the nation’s second-highest earning recycling school for the 2013-14 school year.
Thanks to the Moses Society’s efforts with the Recycling Advantage Program, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania was the nation’s second-highest earning recycling school for the 2013-14 school year.
The Recycling Advantage Program, offered by Advantage Cartridge Recycling, is a free recycling program tailored to help raise funds for any school, charity, group, club, troop, individual or business.
The Moses Society, an honorary for resident advisors, was formed to instill a sense of pride and tradition to the resident advisor program at ESU. This organization reflects the commitment, hard work and dedication of the resident advisors to the residence life program. The society conducts community service projects and plans programs and events for its members.
The Moses Society earned $787.50 with the Recycling Advantage Program and will receive a check in the form of a reward certificate.