Danyelle Reynolds from UM's Ginsburg Center for service learning will lead a discussion on "Getting the most from your MSC service work."
Here are the guidelines for participating in a Town Hall Meeting (below):
● You are expected to do the reading and come to the meeting with a question (inspired by the reading) written on a paper or index card that you’ll hand in before the meeting starts. Make sure that you keep a second copy of the question in case you’re asked by a faculty member or topic coordinator to pose your question to the speaker.
● Out of respect for our speakers, laptops must be closed during town hall presentations.
Here are the two short readings for this Town Hall Meeting:
- Principles of Ethical & Effective Service: https://haas.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/principles.pdf
- Morton, K. (1999). Starfish Hurling and Community Service. Campus Compact Reader Retrieved from http://compact.org/resource-posts/spirit-giving-end/