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Service-Learning Day 2012

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With more than 600 students and 30 professors engaged in service-learning for the year of 2011, this year's Service-Learning Day turned out to be a great celebration. The event has proven that students who participate in service-learning understand how the course material connects to their communities, and are also more likely to serve their community again in many other ways. Here is a glimpse of this year's celebration:


Professor Kido and participants check out this year's newest club: CIVIC CUH. Students interact with each other to fill out the questionaire form for a chance to win a free prize. Students from the Nursing program stop to take a quick pose with Bro. Jerry
Professor Kido and participants check out this year's newest club: Civic CUH. The Civic Engagement Club promotes events that engage the Chaminade community, support current campus efforts, and inspire actions that work toward the common good.
Chaminade Hogan Entrepreneurship students, Ayessa Ardiente and Matilda Kruse, interact with students.
Students from the Nursing program take a quick photo with the Rector Emeritus Bro. Jerry Bommer.


Interaction NUR290 Prize Booth
Project SHINE tutor, Kaylee Razo, shares some stories of her experience with Fr. George Cerniglia, the rector of Chaminade University.
A NUR290 student explains her service-learning experience at the Palolo Chinese Homes with faculty members.
Students stop by the prize booth to get a raffle ticket after turning in their questionaire form. Prizes were given out every 15 minutes at this year's celebration!


Interaction Nursing Interaction
Participants of this year's celebration roam around the room to take a look at the many projects and partnerships service-learning has to offer.
Students and faculty members from the Nursing program came to show their commitment to service at this year's celebration.
The interaction between students, faculty, and staff this day was a great opportunity for many participants.


Questionaire Form George Ilao NUR190
Students take a look at the online resources available on our service-learning website.
George Ilao, a student of Professor Kido's Managerial Accounting class, proudly stands by the FAFSA Project displays. Behind him, Chaminade University President Bro. Bernie Ploeger talks with Rina Crook about the details of their FAFSA experience.
Students from the NUR190 program display the variety of projects they did for their service-learning requirement. Some of the projects they were able to do were: Next Step Homeless Shelter, Palolo Head Start, Project SHINE, and Palolo Ohana Learning Center.


Service Learning Day resources, platform projects and partners.

S-L Day poster presentations and projects.