Florida Engineering Leadership Institute Class of 2013 Community Project

For their class project, the FELI (Florida Engineering Leadership Institute) Class of 2013 selected My Angel with Paws, a non-profit organization in Deland, Florida that provides expertly trained service dogs to children and adults with physical disabilities. The class constructed a new training bridge for the organization and made a sizable donation of $7,000 with leftover contributions after purchasing building materials for the project. CMA FELI class members Michael Buick, P.E. and Jason Haeseler, P.E. assisted in the construction process.
FELI was created with the mission to transition engineering professionals into community professionals and leaders within our societies, communities and workplaces. Through its initial 10-month class, FELI enhances the leadership skills of its participants and sets out a clear pathway to put these skills into practice serving our profession and our communities. For more information about FELI, please visit http://www.fleng.org/leadership.cfm and for more information about My Angel with Paws organization, please visit http://www.myangelwithpaws.org

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