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First “Seawolves for Service” Event Highlights Campus Service Organizations

Seawolves for service

On November 21, 2019, the campus community came together to participate in the first Seawolves for Service.

The event hosted hands-on service learning activities, where students created hygiene kits, snack packs, dog blankets, and hats and scarves for those in need. 
The event hosted hands-on service learning activities, where students created hygiene kits, snack packs, dog blankets, and hats and scarves for those in need.

Supported by the Center for Civic Justice, Student Engagement and Activities, Fraternity and Sorority Life, and student organizations Alternative Spring Break Outreach and Circle K International, Seawolves for Service brought to life three dimensions of service — philanthropy, community service and service learning — through educational presentations and hands-on learning.

Representatives from each campus department and student organization shared about their work, the impact of their work on people and communities, and ways in which students can get involved in meaningful service. After sharing out, each campus department and student organization hosted a hands-on service learning activity, which included creating hygiene kits, snack packs, dog blankets, and hats and scarves. Throughout the night, students also learned about why they were participating in these activities and who would be directly impacted by their service.

The items made at Seawolves for Service will be distributed on campus and in surrounding communities to support meeting the basic needs of hundreds of people.

While participating in the hands-on service learning activities, students also interacted with over 10 other philanthropy, community service, and service-learning focused student organizations on campus. Students were able to make connections, participate in other activities, and explore more ways in which to engage with their communities.

More than 200 students came to the first Seawolves for Service, and they left with a greater sense of commitment to service and community.

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