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Fall Reflection Essays due December 7th

Directions: Answer both questions in a 2-3 page, double-spaced reflective essay in 12 point Times New Roman font.

1.   Compare your community service involvement to the “Babies in the River” parable (discussed in our October meeting) and at least one principle from Aaron Ausland’s Five Principles for the Community-Service Volunteer.  Reflect on your perspectives and approach to solving difficult problems as a volunteer, project coordinator, or an executive student leader. Identify a current or reoccurring challenge that you face in the problem-solving process.

a.   What is your decision making process? Where do you get information or advice about these issues? How do you apply this information?

b.   Critically analyze your effectiveness and what you could do to improve or develop a deeper understanding of the root causes of the problem and the people that are impacted (including you, your peers, and the community)?

2.  Describe your experience in the scholar group sessions this semester. How do you feel about the new format, what was the most valuable information and/or lessons have you taken from them? How do you believe it will aid you in advancing your involvement in community service and leadership? What are your plans for next semester?

*If you feel limited in your ability to answer any of the questions listed then explain how and why you feel limited.  What do you think would give you better insight to help you to better answer the question(s)?

You must also upload 2 pictures of the service you have done this semester to the scholar facebook page. 

Getting close to the end…

Hey everyone!

Hope everyone had an awesome Thanksgiving break. Now with only 2 weeks left before finals heres a couple important announcements for the end of the semester…

 

 

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The site to log hours is officially back up and running!! Hours are due November 7 by 11 am!

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