Join North Carolina Service-Learning Coalition for October 21 Workshop

Be the change! Join the North Carolina Service-Learning Coalition (NCSLC) for our workshop on October 21, 2016.  Learn to use design thinking with students to improve your community!

Are you looking for new tools and ideas to implement community based service-learning with your students? Or maybe you are a student looking for interesting approaches to service-learning yourself? If so, please join us on October 21st in one of three locations across North Carolina for our NCSLC fall service-learning workshop. The workshop will be led by Sanjli Gidthwani of Design for Change USA and NCSLC board members.

Design for Change is a global movement of educators and youth who are using the tools of design thinking to create solutions to issues in their communities. The Design for Change process is creative, fun, and empowering for all involved. The half-day workshop will walk educators and students through the Design for Change process so you leave ready to use it in your own community. The event will also provide an excellent regional service-learning networking opportunity for educators and students throughout North Carolina.

Please see our page of North Carolina Service-Learning Coalition Events for additional details including registration information.

The workshops will be held in the following locations:

Raleigh, NC — Institute for Emerging Issues (IEI) at NCSU

Wilmington, NC* — University of North Carolina Wilmington

Asheville, NC* — Lenoir-Rhyne University Center for Graduate Studies

*These two locations will have live video feed from IEI in Raleigh with a team of facilitators providing on-site support.

Space is limited at each workshop location so mark your calendar for October 21st, and register today!


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