Will Spotts from the Bright Futures Education Project and Nadine Jawad from Books for a Benefit will tell you about service opportunities, available to you, that involve working with kids.
Here’s a reminder of the guidelines for participating in a Town Hall Meeting:
● You are expected to do the reading and come to the meeting with a question (inspired by the readings below) 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.
The readings for this Town Hall Meeting are the websites for the projects that will be represented at the Town Hall: