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Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service


Private user gave to Jumpstart

Gave 3.00 hours on 02/27/2020
Jenna Furtado

Gave 1.50 hours on 02/26/2020 with SMARTDC, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service
Nafissatou Seck

We did great!!

Gave 1.00 hour on 02/26/2020 with Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service

Private user gave to YWCA

Gave 1.00 hour on 02/26/2020

Private user gave to YWCA

Gave 1.00 hour on 02/26/2020

Private user gave to GW Athletics

Gave 1.00 hour on 02/26/2020
Alexa Miller-smith

Tutored my students in language.

Gave 3.50 hours on 02/26/2020 with Alpha Phi Omega, George Washington University, GW Athletics, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service, Student Organizations, Women's Rowing, SMARTDC
Sophie Ballak

Had a good time working with the students.

Gave 3.00 hours on 02/26/2020 with COMM 1041 Interpersonal Communication, SMARTDC
Alexa Miller-smith

Prep for teaching lesson

Gave 2.00 hours on 02/26/2020 with Courses: Community Engaged Scholarship, George Washington University, GW Athletics, GW Teach Community Engaged Courses, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service, Student Organizations, Women's Rowing
Alexa Miller-smith

Practiced teaching lessons

Gave 2.00 hours on 02/26/2020 with George Washington University, GW Athletics, GW Teach Community Engaged Courses, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service, Student Organizations, Women's Rowing
Isabella Buck

Highlight of my week getting to work with my group and my fellow coaches

Gave 1.00 hour on 02/26/2020 with Courses: Community Engaged Scholarship, George Washington University, GW Athletics, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service, UW 1020 M 57 University Writing, Women's Soccer
Marina Chen

Today coming into St. Albans, I was not in the best headspace. The past week had held a lot of sad and stressful events for me and it was hard letting go of all of that in order to better connect/work with fellow volunteers and the seniors at the church. However, Nathaniel and Ife were extremely understanding and Nathaniel offered Ife and I Earl Grey and Vanilla Tea with honey and milk. I had never had it before, and it was amazing. Moving on, we set up the space like always (table setting, flowers and placemats, coffee station, schedule on the board, silverware on the food trays, etc.) and I greeted a few seniors as they walked in. Then Courtney, Nathaniel, Ife, and I discussed contemporary politics in the kitchen while prepping the food (more like they were informing me about recent events). Ife and I served lunch to everyone (I learned that the lunch had to be served according to order of table and that each table had a designated number). Afterwards, while some seniors were still eating, I talked to some of them about their day and politics, again. One woman is a retired English Professor from GWU, and another table of women I frequently go to, to get to know more about them, talked to me about their grandparents and hometowns, and how they all got to D.C. in the first place (old clothes washing techniques, marriage, religion, raising kids, race - it was all a part of the conversation). Finally, Nathaniel and Courtney showed Ife and I old rock n' roll, soul, and the start of rap and sad jazzy/blues-type music. One elderly man came over to join on the conversation and music. I showed Courtney some Afro-Peruvian music, then Ife and I cleaned up the space.

Gave 4.33 hours on 02/26/2020 with Courses: Community Engaged Scholarship, George Washington University, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service, HSSJ 2172 Adult Development