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Community-Engaged Scholarship


Jordyn Learner

Really friendly staff and a nice environment

Gave 3.00 hours on 02/13/2020 with COMM 1041 Interpersonal Communication
Caroline Allison

It was fun to see the kids learning how to live more sustainably with recycling and composting.

Gave 1.00 hour on 02/13/2020 with BISC 1008 Understanding Organisms, Community-Engaged Scholarship, GW Athletics, Women's Rowing
Naomi Lee

Today we had an orientation of what we were doing and got a tour around the school.

Gave 1.00 hour between 02/13/2020 and 02/14/2020 with BISC 1008 Understanding Organisms, UW 1020 M 54 University Writing, Women's Rowing
Cecelia Halle
Sophie Clemens

Came up with organizations to contact, both clubs and other programs

Gave 3.00 hours on 02/13/2020 with HSSJ 2172 Adult Development
Erin Gramley

Today we learned what it is we are doing and helped organize the classroom

Gave 1.00 hour between 02/13/2020 and 02/14/2020 with BISC 1008 Understanding Organisms, Women's Rowing
Natasha Patel

The orientation at N-Street was really useful in learning more about the organization and understanding my future service options.

Gave 1.50 hours on 02/12/2020 with Community-Engaged Scholarship, HSSJ 1177 Organizing Social Justice and Human Services
Brandon Lee

I had a good time at DC Central Kitchen. I sliced and diced countless onions and opened a large number of fruit cans. I served with Bloomberg Industry Group and met a bunch of their employees as well.

Gave 3.00 hours on 02/12/2020 with COMM 1041 Interpersonal Communication
Sloan Seymour

I had a great time volunteering at DC Central Kitchen and it was a very enjoyable experience as I got to give back to the community.

Gave 3.00 hours on 02/12/2020 with BISC 1008 Understanding Organisms
Marina Chen

I got to meet a new volunteer today from American University - Samiya! It was so lovely to meet her, and she's also from the same area where I'm from, so that was cool to learn. Ife, Ellen, Tom, and I helped showed her the ropes/the basics of how to set up for lunch, prepare lunch, serve lunch, and clean up after lunch. I also introduced her to couple of seniors who I've gotten very close to in the past weeks. I caught up with Elsa about current events, and talked to Diane & Lisa (I'm hoping I'm getting everybody's names right) about the quality of the food that's served to them, as well as emotional check-ins. Courtney told us there was a meeting going on at 2pm in St. Albans about Iona Senior Services, and so the other volunteers and I got to meet a lot of the behind-the-scenes people who run the program and offered to show us around and take a tour of the whole operation one day - super exciting honestly. Then Ife and Samiya went out to Giant to get some turkey (we thought we didn't have enough hamburgers), but everything turned out to be fine. Courtney talked about all of the goodies she has planned for Valentines' Day and that made me so happy - finally the seniors get some home-baked treats. I also saw one of the exercises today that seniors partake in (weight-lifting/stretching with Gerri) and learned that Tom sometimes stays to talk with the seniors about medical issues and quarries that many of them have in their older age about themselves, friends, or family, which I think is really important and a great service that he gives out.

Gave 4.17 hours on 02/12/2020 with Community-Engaged Scholarship, George Washington University, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service, HSSJ 2172 Adult Development
Matthew Atwater

Lots of fun, can't wait to come back!

Gave 3.00 hours on 02/12/2020 with PUBH 2117 Service Learning In Public Health
Javad Mammadov

We drove to Maryland in order to drop off oyster shells at Cheesapeake Bay

Gave 3.50 hours on 02/12/2020 with BISC 1008 Understanding Organisms, Community-Engaged Scholarship
Cecelia Halle

Cecelia @ GW Baywatchers

As my first off campus service experience of the semester, me and three other members of GW Baywatchers participated in an effort moving oysters shells collected at GW from D.C. area restaurants to the Maryland Oyster Restoration Center. After moving the oyster shells to a van for transportation, we drove to Shady Side, MD where we deposited the shells for use in the center's oyster setting initiative.

Gave 3.50 hours on 02/12/2020 with BISC 1008 Understanding Organisms, Community-Engaged Scholarship
Katia Folkart

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Gave 3.00 hours on 02/12/2020 with PUBH 2117 Service Learning In Public Health