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Service Learning

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Energy Services audits service learning building

Crew assesses energy efficiency of older office on campus

Re-examining the service program

The service learning office considers how to rework and strengthen the program

New group forms to promote awareness and activism relating to Latin American culture and issues

WHOLA works on mission statement and assembling group of like-minded people to discuss Latino/a culture, issues and more.

RISE Crew accepting Knit for Nancy donations

The RISE Project is accepting donations for Knit for Nancy. Who is Nancy? Nancy is any woman or child living in the safe-house at Helpmate, Asheville’s domestic violence agency. Knit for Nancy will be collecting hand-knitted or crocheted scarves, hats, gloves, socks, and other items. You can receive up to four hours of service per item and up to 25 total hours of service per Knit for Nancy drive.

Hinds’ Feet Farm partners with Warren Wilson biopsychology class

Hinds’ Feet Farm, a program dedicated to teaching practical job skills to adults who have suffered traumatic brain injuries, partnered up with Warren Wilson this semester through Psychology Professor Jen Mozolic’s biopsychology class.

Nudists, bear hunters, and Baptists? Oh my!: service trips provide exciting yet meaningful break experience

Morgan Steele, Staff Writer (msteele@wwc) Cumberland Island, GA Student leaders: Hayley Hoover, junior; Lora Moon, senior Faculty/staff leaders: Tom LaMuraglia, Landscaping Crew Supervisor; Robert Hastings, Environmental Studies Location: Cumberland Island, South East Georgia Work: Built picnic tables, cleared debris from the foundation of a historic 19th century house, and completed a variety of tasks for [...]

Raise the Age Campaign: fighting for youth in the justice system

Social Work class associates with local program to change North Carolina law

SLO’s “Heart of the Issue”

Good conversation. Important topics. Great things to get excited about. Make it a point to stop by Thursday April 29; we look forward to seeing you!

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