There is a university degree you can receive for work done in flood relief and recovery. It's from JSU, the school that knows the most about disaster recovery and the one that gives the best education, too. JSU. Where is it? It holds classes in New Jersey, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Haiti… and in Lyons, Colorado. JSU. It stands for "Just Show Up." Interested in getting a masters in flood recovery? (You may not have a choice!) Here's how it works:
Let's say a work day has been announced for next Saturday at 9:00 a.m. (it has) and the email you got asks you to respond "I'll be there" if you can make it. You respond: "Count me in!" and you are well on your way. What's next? JSU.
But, what if, because your kids are involved in a soccer match, you can't be there until 10:00? Or what if you have to be to work at 1:00, and can only serve half a day? What do you do? You could send a response by email: "I'll be there around 10:00," or "I can only stay till 1:00". And then, JSU. Do that and you are on your way to a rewarding and satisfying advanced degree in flood recovery! But here's how to flunk the course; here's what you DON'T want to do. Don't call and ask if it's ok to come late, or leave early. Instead, JSU!
If you can't lift things, JSU. If you aren't handy, JSU. If you can't stay long, JSU. If you have no idea what you could do, JSU. Jesus will use you! Jesus will work through you!
One exception to this: If you would like to help feed the folks who JSU, and we need lots of people who are willing to do that, then first contact Charity (email@example.com) to get your assignment. Then, when it's your turn to bring some food, pack it in your car and…. Well, you know…
Studying at JSU with you!