Monthly Archives: March 2011

Service as the Community Sees It

After investigating and evaluating each of our own intentions for doing service work, we opened the question up to outside input from the volunteers and staff working along side us as volunteers within each of our service placements. Each volunteer … Continue reading

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Reflecting from Abroad

As students in service-learning, we all came to our respective sites and communities wanting to help other people, admittedly also wanting some adventure and time off from our busy lives in the United States. Our instructor, Nathan Darity, has asked … Continue reading

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Service Learning Around the World

As students directly engaged in service learning with Amizade we have been encouraged to dissect our views of service and how our service both directly and indirectly affects the communities that we are living and volunteering in. Each and every … Continue reading

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Student Pioneers!

About a week and a half ago, I and 8 other American students, traveled in all directions of the globe to Tanzania, Bolivia, and Brazil in order to study abroad through Amizade Global Service-Learning Program. Through this program, we will … Continue reading

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