Serve Carolina Workshop- March 3, 2013
Purpose: The Serve Carolina Workshop is a one-day training that provides an opportunity for students to engage in meaningful discussion and reflection of social issues most pertinent in the Columbia community and network with fellow peers on ways to address those issues.
Through participation in Serve Carolina Workshop, students will:
-Gain knowledge on social issues impacting the Columbia community
-Learn how to connect with community agencies and take action on issues in the future
-Increase their understanding of and ability to interact with people of different cultural and economic backgrounds
-Share things they learn via reflection with those they are serving alongside
-Become more invested in service in their local community
The Community Service Programs office staff including our Community Service Interns serve as facilitators for the Serve Carolina workshop. This training workshop allows students the opportunity to critically think, network, collaborate, and utilize the resources of the Community Service Programs office to propel themselves and/or their student organization to be socially responsible and engaged citizens.
The training workshop is held on campus. The workshop sessions will touch the following: social issues in Columbia, communicating with community agencies, developing and leading quality reflection, networking and will wrap up with the opportunity to meet those impacted by the service of USC students in the Columbia community. Lunch is provided. There is no cost associated with this workshop. For more information, please contact email@example.com or call (803) 777-7130.