CHILDREN’S LITERACY – UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS’ PI BETA PHI SORORITY
Carter Recruiting’s President, Cherie Richardson, along with her sister and two daughters was thrilled to sponsor for three consecutive years, the Pi Beta Phi 5K at the University of Arkansas, benefiting Children’s Literacy
LAKEWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Carter Recruiting and Associates is doing its part to make sure kids in a fifth-grade class at Lakewood Elementary build the kind of character it takes to be leaders in their school. The class has adopted a motto of Be Brave, Be Accepting, Be Yourself, Be Involved, Be Kind, and Be Amazing.
Throughout the coming year, students will work hard to earn an achievement bracelet for each of the 6 criteria. Carter Recruiting is happy to supply the students with these very special bracelets to encourage them to continue to build strong character and set an exemplary model for their peers.
LAKEWOOD ELEMENTARY HELPING THE HOMELESS
We are happy to continue our support of the students at Lakewood Elementary School! The students in Cathy Thomas’ fifth grade classroom have brainstormed, researched and created ways in which they can make a difference in the homeless community by designing T-shirts that can be purchased to help their cause, designing raffle tickets to sell for an iPad mini and also creating a website that helps raise awareness to their homeless project. Visit www.lwehomelessproject.weebly.com to learn more!
LAKEWOOD ELEMENTARY AND WATER FOR SOUTH SUDAN
When Mrs Thomas’ fifth grade class decided to take action to to help the people of Sudan and raise funds for the project they knew they could count on Carter Recruiting and Associates to reach their goal. Carter Recruiting and Associates was happy to help Mrs. Thomas’ class once again. The class raised $677 from designing and selling buttons which will help build a well, providing much needed clean drinking water to the region. “When I saw the enthusiasm and creativity of these kids I just knew we needed to be a part of helping them make these buttons as well as making a monetary donation to this important cause,” said Carter Recruiting’s President, Cherie Richardson.