Abstract

Introduction to Community Service-Learning is a general elective open to first to fourth year international and domestic students from a variety of disciplines across campus. Every fall and winter semester each student volunteers at one of 30 local not-for-profit organizations for a full semester. Students are required to complete 24 hours of service as part of their course work. In this poster session, 16 not-for-profit organizations will be represented by 27 SRCL 1000 students. They will demonstrate personal reflections on their service experiences, how their experiences connect to the course work and their organizations, and what they will take back to their own communities after the course is over.

Students representing the following Kamloops not-for-profit organizations:

Active Care Services: Nolan Fenrich

St. John Ambulance: Damilola Abiyo and Ryuki Furuta

Overlander Residential Care: Glory Amukamara

Ponderosa Lodge: Rahab Kariuki

The Kamloops Food Bank: Yu Cao, Surkamal Singh Jhand, Xiangzhong Kong and Ruotong Shi

The ReStore – Habitat for Humanity: Dion Maborekhe, Fengyi Yang and Haonan Deng

Kamloops Immigrant Services: Dipak Parmar

Maple Leaf School: Qian Wang and Mengyao Zhu

BC SPCA: Dawei Xu

TRU Sustainability Office: Akash Ghosh, Takaya Hirose, Jihoon Kim and Kosuke Masunaga

TRU Horticulture: Ols Buta

TRU The X Radio: Marie Gabriela Jimenez and MD Majharul Islam Sabuj

Beattie School of the Arts: Makoto Iida

Gemstone Care Center: Tirth Panchal

Chartwell Ridgepointe: Sakina Shikama

Sikh Temple: Gurpreet Puar

Department

English as a Second Language

Faculty Advisor

Wendy Krauza

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Introduction to Community Service-Learning (SRCL 1000)

Introduction to Community Service-Learning is a general elective open to first to fourth year international and domestic students from a variety of disciplines across campus. Every fall and winter semester each student volunteers at one of 30 local not-for-profit organizations for a full semester. Students are required to complete 24 hours of service as part of their course work. In this poster session, 16 not-for-profit organizations will be represented by 27 SRCL 1000 students. They will demonstrate personal reflections on their service experiences, how their experiences connect to the course work and their organizations, and what they will take back to their own communities after the course is over.

Students representing the following Kamloops not-for-profit organizations:

Active Care Services: Nolan Fenrich

St. John Ambulance: Damilola Abiyo and Ryuki Furuta

Overlander Residential Care: Glory Amukamara

Ponderosa Lodge: Rahab Kariuki

The Kamloops Food Bank: Yu Cao, Surkamal Singh Jhand, Xiangzhong Kong and Ruotong Shi

The ReStore – Habitat for Humanity: Dion Maborekhe, Fengyi Yang and Haonan Deng

Kamloops Immigrant Services: Dipak Parmar

Maple Leaf School: Qian Wang and Mengyao Zhu

BC SPCA: Dawei Xu

TRU Sustainability Office: Akash Ghosh, Takaya Hirose, Jihoon Kim and Kosuke Masunaga

TRU Horticulture: Ols Buta

TRU The X Radio: Marie Gabriela Jimenez and MD Majharul Islam Sabuj

Beattie School of the Arts: Makoto Iida

Gemstone Care Center: Tirth Panchal

Chartwell Ridgepointe: Sakina Shikama

Sikh Temple: Gurpreet Puar

 

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