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Project Euphoria

Hannah Sever, Staff Writer

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Project Euphoria is a project run by STLP, or Student Technology Leadership Program. This project is designed to highlight the happiness and the impact that this generation has on the environment, community, and the future. The purpose of the project is to simply help the community in a variety of ways. They would like to contribute to our world by doing small things to brighten someone’s day or bigger things like volunteering at local organizations.

Students of STLP emphasize that they do not need to work with technology in order to help the community, but that they can help in any way where they are needed. The project will be a profile on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram where students can go to find ways to improve the local community.

STLP is looking for ways to volunteer, or help others. The project is in the begining stages. They are still working on their social media platforms and looking for opportunities to help in the local community. If you know you might need help with an upcoming event, contact them! Talk to Lakin Miller or Annabelle Gunning at Lafayette or get in touch with an STLP member. Project Euphoria is happy to help!

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