Students in a human services class at the Pennsylvania College of Technology will host a fair-trade sale Nov. 18-20 in the lobby of the Bush Campus Center. The annual sale helps working poor in other countries.
Pennsylvania College of Technology students pursuing bachelor's degrees in applied human services will host a Ten Thousand Villages Festival Sale on Nov. 18-20. Ten Thousand Villages, a fair-trade organization, works with more than 100 artisan groups in more than 30 countries, enabling artisans to earn a fair wage and an opportunity for a higher quality of life.
Pennsylvania College of Technology students pursuing bachelor's degrees in applied human services raised more than $3,100 for the working poor during a recent fair-trade craft sale. The students, who were enrolled in the course "Community and Organizational Change," staffed an on-campus sale of handmade goods from around the world through the organization Ten Thousand Villages.
Students in the applied human services major at Pennsylvania College of Technology will hold a Ten Thousand Villages sale of handcrafted fair-trade items from around the world Nov. 20-21. The Ten Thousand Villages organization works with more than 100 artisan groups in more than 30 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. The students also volunteered at a Ten Thousand Villages warehouse.