Britt spent time talking to a group of Williamsburg students about the importance of academics, being a student athlete and setting goals. The students also had an opportunity to share some of their own goals with the Tribe guard and ask him about his academic and athletic experiences in both high school and college.
The Serve The City project had nearly 800 volunteers and about 75 different work sites. The Tribe men's basketball program worked on a home that was hit by a tree during Hurricane Irene. The student-athletes helped remove trash from the yard and also helped clean up and plant a garden. Along with head coach Tony Shaver, juniors Doug Howard and Andrew Pavloff, sophomores Fred Heldring, Tim Rusthoven, Julian Boatner and Ben Whitlatch as well as freshman Tom Schalk took part in the Serve The City project.