On June 7th, 2012 several international educators from the Front Range area in Colorado took a day to give back. Local CISabroad staff joined Colorado State University, the University of Denver, Colorado College, The Center for Cross-Cultural Study, and CET Academic Programs in volunteering with the City of Wheat Ridge's Parks and Recreation Department.
It was a day of firsts for many! Volunteers helped to install 30 permanent signs along a 6.5 mile trail that loops through Albert E. Anderson Park in Wheat Ridge. The signs will eventually help law enforcement officials and rescue teams in quickly navigating to various areas of the park, thanks to a color & numbers grid that will be posted on the signs. Although the day was tiring, all agreed it was a day well-spent!