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    of different financial standings. The Greasers live on the run down East side of town, and the Socs live on the wealthy West side of town. The two gangs often go head to head, letting their diversity separate them. Both gangs are victims of the communities stereotyping, they are misunderstood and struggle to break free of these stereotypes. In the story characters are defined by the stereotypes given to them by one another. The only thing holding them back from their full potential is the…

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    developing, fertilized egg in the lab. No matter what group these people are put into they all are given basic guidelines to live by, those values include community, identity, and stability. In the story the reader can visualize the sense of community that the people live by, for example, in the opening sentence the author gives the impression that the community members live in enormously tall buildings by stating “A squat grey building of only thirty- four stories” (pg 1) the tall buildings…

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    Committed, Generous, Supportive these are words describing volunteering. Volunteering to me is a person who loves to help other people, they aren't selfish but determined to make a change in the community. In fact if you want to hear about a place you can keep reading. The founder of the establishment is Anna Marie Hackett, she came up with the idea. The purpose of this establishment is because they saw a need to help the elderly. The audience they hold is the elderly. If you would like to…

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    Euraupair Case Study

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    EurAupair has announced 4 ideas community counselors and their au pairs can use for their cultural meetings this fall. USA - November, 2016 - EurAupair, a non-profit cultural exchange sponsor, has announced 4 ways community counselors have helped expand their au pairs cultural understanding of America through volunteering efforts, cultural museums, local seasonal attractions, and the all American road trip. The best way to learn a new culture is by experiencing the culture and all it has to…

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    role is one effective community development process toward change.( Hannis. D and Brown D.J 2012) Therefore, several professional roles are identified under Browns and Hannis’s however, my role in this particular case scenario are ‘’Organizer, facilitator, and advocate’’ to effectively address and work on this issues. According case scenario this community are facing several identified issues that will require organizing, facilitating and advocacy to bring some change in community functioning.…

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    Essay Throughout my life I have done many things that have helped my community, including cleaning highways, helping out at a recycling center, cleaning underneath bleachers after a football game, and much more. I am in a group called LEOS, which stands for Leadership, Experience, Opportunity, and Service. In this group I have helped out in more ways than I could have ever imagined. There are many reasons why one may like doing community service, for me it is knowing that I made a difference to…

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    years of my high school education started out that way. After being inducted into National Honor Society and getting so much encouragement to involve myself in volunteering, I came to understand how helping others freely can make an impact on the community and even myself. Every day, millions experience hardship; therefore, millions need to help in any way they can. That is why serving others is so important. Even with all the good in the world, there is the same amount of bad. With the help of…

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    I have always been a community engaged scholar, maybe not in the actual program, but in the spirt of the program. I have always loved being in the community and learning and helping with what needs to be done. Being part of this program, I believe will help me to be able to find avenues for this passion and give me the resources and ability to do these things in my chosen field. I have had multiple opportunities to be an engaged member of the community, including volunteering and fundraising…

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    Boy Scout Troop 150

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    Since it was established in 1976, Boy Scout Troop 150 has played an active role in the community of West Salem. A notable example of the kind of public service this troop offers is the Christmas tree recycling program they’ve carried out for the last twenty years. After Christmas, Troop 150 visits a variety of locations all over Salem, collecting Christmas trees. This provides a great benefit to the community and offers citizens an environmentally friendly way to dispose of their trees. It is…

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    particular place grabbed my attention. The name of this place was Waite House, and thankfully it is the organization where I am currently engaging in my service-learning. Waite House is located in the Ventura Village neighborhood within the Phillips community in Minneapolis. This organization caught my attention because not only was it relatively a short commute on the public transit system, but the description mentioned youth fitness and obesity/diabetes prevention. Not only…

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