Service Showcase

 

Spring 2018 Service Showcase is on April 26, 2018!

The Service Showcase is an opportunity for students to share their service projects and experiences with the University community and Lawrence community partners.  We are seeking students who have completed service projects or placements that have made an impact on them as students and the community. This event will provide students an opportunity to network with service minded professionals, practice their presentation skills, and add additional experience to their educational portfolio.

 

2018 Top Honors


Awards

Monetary awards are given to the top three posters. All KU students are invited to submit proposals!


Criteria for Submission

Submitted applications will be evaluated on the following general criteria.  Applicants selected to present at the Service Showcase will have the cost of printing their poster covered by the Center for Service Learning.

Authentic Community Partnership

  • Did the student collaborate closely with a community partner on a community identified need?
  • What was the value of the project to the community partner or larger community?

Social Responsibility & Civic Identity

  • To what extent did the project or experience encourage the student to think about how their own perspectives, biases, and values influence the work that they do?
  • Did the student’s involvement in the service project foster a sense of civic responsibility?

Reflection

  • To what extent did the student engage in intentional reflection about their service experience?

Applications

The online application will be open until March 30th! Students can apply by clicking on the link below. 

Questions? Contact us at csl@ku.edu or 785-864-0960.


Past Honorees

2017 Award Honorees

2017 Top Honors winners:

graduate student Debbie Adams, undergraduate students Eliza Hemmer, Aly Lange, and Daisy Crane each received an award for their service poster.

2016 Award Honorees

2016 Top Honors winners:

Undergraduate students Alex Kong, Corbin Stephens, Breanna Clark, Therese Castrogiovanni, Brittney Bechkam, Ellian Anderson-Smith, and Jordan Hildenbrand received awards for their service posters.