Citrix Summit 2016 is going to be full of goodness for the mind, there’s no question about it.

But be sure to take a break from your busy Summit schedule and spend a few minutes helping children in need—good for the body and soul!

Join partners and colleagues in a variety of on-site volunteer activities with the United Way of Southern Nevada to support STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education for at-risk youth. It’s a fun and meaningful way to network with your colleagues while giving back to the community.

There are quite a few options to choose from to accommodate your interests and schedule:

  • Always wanted to be a mentor? Here’s your chance! Join us for our speed mentoring activity on Sunday, January 10, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 pm. Inspire local high school students in a fun and exciting experience. Share your background and describe your typical work day. You’ll be paired up with a student (or students) for 15 minute sessions.
  • Throughout the week, network for good in the Simply Serve @ Summit Volunteer Lounge. Meet with community minded partners and employees from around the world and spend quality time assembling reading and STEM kits for low income students.
  • Swing by the Corporate Citizenship booth and learn a cool science trick. Take 5 minutes to assemble reading and STEM kits for children in low income Las Vegas schools. Try your luck at the Gambling for Good slot machine and win prizes for you and the community. Meet the team and see how Citrix supports STEM education programs for at-risk youth in our communities.

For more information or if you’d like to reserve a 30 minute time slot for a team networking volunteer activity, email

Thank you for your giving spirit and willingness to Simply Serve @ Summit.  Learn more about our corporate citizenship efforts here and help us change the world!

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