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VIP? What’s that?

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No, iVIPMakeMovest does not just stand for Very Important Person, although, we wouldn’t be opposed to having JUST a Very Important Person program on campus! Here at ASI, VIP stands for two things, one of which is for the Volunteer Incentive Program and it’s a great way to get involved on campus!

VIP was created to get students involved within ASI and give them a way to have a memorable time here at Sacramento State. Getting involved and giving back to the Sac State community doesn’t leave you empty handed!

Throughout the school year, VIPs get a “VIP Card” to keep track of their volunteer hours and earn rewards throughout the year. This “VIP Card” can be used until it’s completed and by then, students have the option to receive another card.Block Party 2012

By becoming a member of the VIP Program, volunteering for events isn’t an obligation; it’s just a way for students to know about the opportunities to get involved with ASI.

I mean, who doesn’t want to be a Very Important Person?

Learn more about the VIP program! Click on the VIP tab at www.facebook.com/sacstateasi or stop by the Hot Spot on the first floor of the Union to talk to an A-Team member!

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