Join us in celebrating our amazing students!
An Opportuni-Tea is entering its eleventh year and we couldn't be prouder of ISU, our program, and our students. This highly anticipated yearly fundraising event for the University Honors Program provides additional programming, research, seminars, and faculty interaction, for ISU's Honors students.
The 11th Annual An Opportuni-Tea 2020 is scheduled for Saturday, March 7, 2020 from noon - 2:30 p.m. in the Barbara J. Marshall Rotunda of the L.E. and Thelma E. Stephen's Performing Arts Center. Doors open at 11:30 a.m.
Guests are treated to brief presentations from representatives of the University Honors Program, performances and presentations by current Honors students, a silent auction, raffle items, a donation tree, and a delicious multi-course afternoon tea complete with savories, scones and more.
Don't miss your opportunity to celebrate this special occassion with us! Consider sponsoring a table for An Opportuni-Tea. Sponsors are able to choose their level of sponsorship and table location. Please see below to view table locations. Your name, department, college, or company will be included on the event program and posters, and your table will identify you as a supporter for our Honors student's education and Idaho's future. Tables are set for eight which allows adequate room for guests, tableware, and decorations. Half table purchases are also available. Please contact Dr. Jamie Romine-Gabardi at 208-282-1383 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
2020 Sponsorship Table Locations
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If you are interested in sponsoring a table at this highly anticipated event or making a donation, please contact Jamie Romine-Gabardi, PhD at (208) 282-1383 or email@example.com.
The funds raised by the An Opportuni-Tea event benefits our truly amazing Honors students.
Idaho State University Honors students are an amazing, hardworking group of people. In addition to their education at ISU, these students participate in leadership, mentoring, and volunteer positions. Many Honors students participate in the tea each year; brewing and serving tea, running the silent auction table, setting and cleaning up the event, and sharing their experiences as ISU Honors students with those who attend the tea.