Rampage players Angelo Esposito and Michal Repik met with members of Club WORLD at Hobby Middle School as part of Silver & Black Give Back’s Team Up Challenge. Club WORLD, a Team Up Challenge semi-finalist, is a group of 1st through 5th grade international refugee students that focuses on increasing tolerance and understanding of different cultures. Esposito, a native of Montreal, Quebec, and Repik, a native of Vlasim, Czech Republic, carved pumpkins with Club WORLD members and talk about assimilating to American culture and traditions.
To view the photos from the Team Up Challenge pumpkin carving event, please click here.
Watch the video from the Team up Challenge pumpkin carving event below or in Rampage TV!
The Team Up Challenge is a service based learning initiative that encourages youth to make a positive impact in an area of service that will improve their community. Currently, 20 semi-finalists are carrying out projects throughout San Antonio in one of five categories of service: health/wellness, education, environment, uniformed services and arts/culture. All 20 semi-finalists received $2500 in funding to carry out their project.