The friendly competition that the event creates is what allows us to be able to donate thousands of canned goods to our local food pantry on an annual basis. Our activities incite fun competition and a sense of accomplishment for our members and students affiliated with us. This provides for us a very comfortable environment in which students can be themselves and do what they love. Our Student Council, aside from offering our own physical service to our school and community, also helps other organizations with their events. We are the go-to group in the building.
For my service leaning assignment, I volunteered at the Conroe Cajun Catfish Festival in support of the Montgomery County Food Bank receiving donations at the festival entrance. In volunteering at the event, I learned the differences in service learning, volunteerism and community service and will provide details in what I learned a about each. I will also provide details and examples of teamwork, communication and networking experiences gained while at the event. A brief overview of the Montgomery County Food bank will also be provided with information on the assignment task, measurable success and interaction with fellow students and organization directors. Overall, the volunteer experience provided a great learning opportunity that
The class with the most families signed up for PTA gets a popcorn party! A membership flyer was sent home with your child yesterday. I will send home another one tomorrow. PTA provides many things for the students of Southeast. Please think about joining!
Some of the benefits include being able to compete in high school fishing tournaments where students can win scholarships, as well as securing discounts on purchases in the TBF websites store for members only. It is relatively easy to start a Student Angler Federation fishing club. A student can go online to the The Bass Federation web site and download the information to register a group.
So in order to help these kids have a better life, people could to volunteer by donating food to different programs. Ikea, one of the many companies that has donated money to providing food for kids in need. They have helped set up different individual programs throughout years to help kids. One of the programs that they have helped set up was the “Feeding America” program.“Feeding America 's mission is to feed America 's hungry through a nationwide network of more than 200 member food banks and
I started it December 4th and it will end Friday, December18th. The youth kids will be able to bring food during those two weeks. We have approximately 40 to 45 youth members in the church so I estimate lots of participation. I announced the food drive in front of all the classes on Sunday, December 6th. If some of the youth were not there on Sunday, I went on social media, sent emails as well as texted pictures of the flyers.
She will be starting the Culinary Nutrition Expert Program with the Academy of Culinary Nutrition in the fall. She loves continuous learning and takes every opportunity possible to learn more about nonprofit management, board leadership, fundraising, nutrition, entrepreneurship, and other related
What I done this past year to contribute to the Alameda community Learning Center is that me and my friend, Justin planned the fundraisers for the class of 2019. We almost raised 700 dollars for the whole class of 2019 students. Also, I was elected to be an officer of the red cross club next year. So ,my next year 's plan is that, I will encourage everyone to join the red cross club because they can help change the world and aclc, and they can get their community service hours.
I will bring my past experiences of holding assemblies, fund raisers, festivals and such other things to raise awareness to John Fraser and help out in any which way I can. I will use my time before and after school and at lunch to meet with my team to figure out an efficient and organized way to complete our
The villages population began to soar, turning it into what it is today. It is because of Seymour that I can go to school in Coleman, see my friends almost every single day. I get to run on the Coleman track, and cross country team because of Seymour. I can go the local Ice cream shop, or go down the road from that and grab some pizza. I am so glad that I was born here in Coleman, so I can do the things I do every day.
The different activities of my program would take place during each quarter, including monthly community discussion forums and workshops to lower binge drinking, etc. At least one health fair can take place during the first and last quarters of the year, when I assume most students will be dealing with school stressors that induce binge drinking. During each quarter, I would collect information about binge drinking habits by using semi-structured interviews, workshop or counseling diaries, and anonymously completed surveys. I believe the surveys would be most effective because I could easily send them out to all college students through email and include the provision of incentives to get them to participate, such as gift cards. During these surveys, I would try to get them to reveal their perceived danger of binge drinking and what they attribute their reduction in binge drinking to, if achieved.
My classmates and I thought of five different ways to help the Food Pantry Project be able to give more food to students. We could ask our parents, ask our neighbors, ask rich neighborhoods, ask small food businesses and last of all ask faculty members. The target we have to help us raise money for students in need consist of five different
We should help make flyers and stickers to give people so they know you are running for it”. “Ya we should do that” said Taylor. Melanie and Cortney agreed too. “How about we have a sleepover at my house this weekend and we can figure out the details” I said. So we all went to our classes.
I told my residents that they were going to go on a scavenger hunt throughout campus and Isla Vista. I got them all pumped up to win by telling them that the winning team would receive an awesome prize. An ARD approved list of activities was then handed out to each team. Activities on the list ranged from starting a dance party on Pardall street, going to other floor lounges to serenade other residents, and convincing restaurants to give the team a free burrito. I made sure one of the higher scoring items was to find me biking around campus and Isla Vista and to take a team picture with me.