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Student Service Ideas to Encourage Deep Reflection & Student Growth

Posted by x2VOL on Sep 22, 2021 9:05:48 AM

Are your students on the hunt for service ideas? We've got you covered. Whether your students are doing in person, socially distanced, or virtual service experiences this semester, there are so many opportunities for your students to get involved and make a difference in their communities. 

Through these service experiences, students have the opportunity to reflect on their impact, grow as individuals, and heal emotionally from the changes they've experienced over the past year. 

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Topics: engage students in service, social emotional learning, service ideas, how to track service, virtual service, low contact service ideas, online service tracking

Summer Service Projects for Students

Posted by x2VOL on May 20, 2021 1:53:41 PM

Volunteerism and community service make the world go around on a daily basis. But what better time to serve your local or global community than during summer break! Students can use the time off of school to engage with their communities. 

This past year has been a challenging one for all of us. Students, in particular, faced a lot of roadblocks including being isolated and disconnected from peers, classmates, and their community while learning from home. 

However, as some schools plan to return to in-person classes this fall and nonprofit organizations begin to offer more in-person volunteer opportunities, students have the chance to get involved this summer. Community service is a great way for students to reconnect and re-engage with others and continue that vital personal development that sets them up for success in the future.

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Topics: volunteering ideas, volunteering, service hour tracking, track student volunteer hours, engage students in service, service learning, volunteer ideas, social emotional learning, summer service ideas, online service opportunities, low contact service ideas, virtual service projects, online service, direct service

Virtual Service Projects Ideas and "How To" Instructions For Your Students

Posted by x2VOL on May 12, 2021 9:51:34 AM

Christian Service Coordinator, Ogechi Akalegbere, is a service champion at Connelly School of the Holy Child. Her primary goal is to help her students connect to meaningful service experiences and projects throughout the school year. Through service, students learn about themselves and God’s love. Service is also an essential component to teach justice, peace, compassion, and faith to the girls. Sixth through 11th grade are required to complete a variety of service hours anywhere from home, school, church to local nonprofits. Making sure students are involved with direct service is key to the Christian Service Program.

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Topics: volunteering ideas, volunteering, service hour tracking, how to engage students in service, engage students in service, service learning, community service ideas, social emotional learning, service ideas, community service tracking form, how to track service, online service opportunities, virtual service opportunities, virtual service projects, online service tracking

How to Use Your Skills in Community Service

Posted by x2VOL on Apr 2, 2019 4:48:26 PM

Participating in community service is more than just a chore or something to check off the list. It can be an extremely transformative experience for students, opening their eyes to a whole new world outside of their day-to-day bubble. 

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Topics: volunteering, service tracking, community service, service reflections, service hour tracking, student, service, volunteer, how to engage students in service, engage students in service, service learning, volunteer ideas, community service ideas

The President's Volunteer Service Award: Tracking Service Hours + How to Apply

Posted by x2VOL on Feb 27, 2019 1:57:30 PM

 

Are you serving in your community during high school? Or are you a school leader has students completing service hours?

Don't miss out on the chance to be recognized with The President's Volunteer Service Award! We have outlined everything you need to know about the award, what it means to receive the award, and how to go about applying. Share it with your fellow classmates or share it with your students! This is an awesome opportunity for all of the students that are active in serving their community. 

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Topics: community service, service reflections, service hour tracking, service requirement, how to engage students in service, engage students in service, service learning, community service ideas, President's Volunteer Service Award, Presidential Volunteer Service Award

Tips for Engaging Students in Community Service this School Year

Posted by x2VOL on Sep 25, 2018 2:53:27 PM

It's so easy to get caught up in admin work and managing day-to-day activities that sometimes. spending time engaging with students can fall to the wayside. 

Talking with your students, seeing how they are doing, encouraging them in school and in service, are huge elements of a student's education. It can be easy to give students a community service requirement, but that process should be more than just checking a box. Students need to be engaged in community service - and that's where you come in. 

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Topics: community service, service hour tracking, college prep, service requirement, service, volunteer, how to engage students in service, engage students in service

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