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Internship Reflection Series

Dates: September 15, 22, 29, October 6, 5 to 6 p.m.
Location: CCC, Wright Hall 013 (lower level)
The CCC and the Wurtele Center for Work and Life present the Fall 2014 Community Engagement Internship Reflection Series for any students who have recently completed internships in the U.S. or abroad. During the sessions, you will engage in reflection and conversation about meaningful learning moments and receive guidance in writing a short reflective essay (500-700 words). Students have made use of this kind of writing in graduate school applications, job interviews, and newsletters--and you will likely find additional uses for it. Now that you've unpacked your bags, unpack your experience and discover what you learned!
Registration REQUIRED
: Click here to register.

 

"Be A Better Tutor" Training

Dates: September 15, 23, October 6, 21, 27, November 4
Location: Dewey Common Room
The CCC is offering the Fall 2014 "Be A Better Tutor" Program, to enhance the skills of Smith students working (or planning to work) as tutors/mentors in area schools and after-school programs. Local educators will offer six lunchtime workshops that will focus on tutoring strategies and techniques. Students are welcome to attend one or more of the workshops; lunch will be provided.
Registration REQUIRED:
Click here to register.

 

New: Community Engagement Field Guide!

Look for it and connect to information about volunteer placement opportunities, reflection sessions, leadership trainings, and upcoming events.

 

Community Engagement and Social Change (CESC) Concentration

The CCC invites students to find out about the concentration in "Community Engagement and Social Change." This concentration will help you link what you are learning in the classroom to the needs and interests of communities locally and around the globe, and make a difference with your Smith education. Please inquire early!
For information:
Refer to smith.edu/ccc/concentration