Students evaluate their learning about philanthropy and the process of selecting a service-learning project. They write a guided reflection on their experience.
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This is a Project Based Learning (PBL) unit.
In this activity participants learn the importance of asking questions and using two-way communication.
In this activity, participants reflect on their beliefs and feelings about philanthropy. This activity helps participants practice speaking up for issues they are passionate about and dialogue with others on the topic.
In this activity, participants explore how to have productive board meetings using feedback in the form of process comments.
In this activity, participants learn an effective and thoughtful process for creating positive change. Young people relate advocacy to philanthropy as a way to constructively impact social change.
In this activity, participants learn about the concept of group consensus; what it means, how to facilitate this type of decision-making, and what it feels like to experience consensus building around community issues.
Participants will survey members of the community (school or local area) to determine a need, write proposals to satisfy the need, consider doing an optional one-day fundraiser to help fill that need, serve on a board of directors or a youth advisory...
Young people define philanthropy and brainstorm how their time, talent, and treasure can be used to address needs in their school, neighborhood, and larger community. They investigate nonprofit organizations.
Learners gain awareness of the attributes of justice, equity, and anti-racism in a civil society as they search for examples in political cartoons. They create cartoons illustrating an aspect of civil society, and write a paragraph of explanation about their cartoon.