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HPEB 502 College America Phoenix Service Learning Reflection Paper

HPEB 502

College America Phoenix

HPEB

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I need an explanation for this English question to help me study.

I am a 70 year old lady dont know if you need this info

its 3 opitions you can choose from just let me know which one you pic,

do the best you can

what location you decide to write about be note it for me plz

i take care of the info for the contact info

i attched some location i think the senior one will be good because the feed the seniors

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Volunteer Opportunities To access the organization’s website, move the cursor over the organization’s name then right click to select “open hyperlink”. Organization Description Gamecock Pantry This food pantry offers free food items to students with food insecurity. Volunteers can work a shift in the pantry or do other administrative work for the organization. Harvest Hope Food Bank Help sort, bag, and stock food and distribute food to clients at the Emergency Food Pantry and Food Bank Warehouse Salvation Army & Family Store Volunteers help sort and organize donations at the Family Store, serve meals to the homeless through Transitions, or sort and bag food donations at the food pantry. Ronald McDonald House Ronald McDonald House provides free housing and meals to the families with children in the hospital. Groups can volunteer by providing meal items and preparing a meal for the families at the house. Individuals may organize the pantry, prepare/clean rooms for incoming families and assist with other household tasks. Senior Resources Groups can assist senior citizens in the community by taking part in the Meals on Wheels program and delivering hot, healthy meals and pet food to those who are homebound. Project 153 Each Wednesday night at 6:30pm, Project 153 serves a warm meal in Finlay Park. Volunteers help set up, pour drinks, prepare meal boxes, etc. Feed My Sheep Movement This organization provides emergency supplies, food, hygiene items, clothing and assistance locating housing to veterans, homeless, seniors, and families in need. FoodShare This organization strives to make it easier for families to have access to fresh, affordable food. Food Banks in Columbia, SC United Way of the Midlands Columbia, SC - 29201 (803) 733-5400 For more information, please call. South Carolina Food Bank Association Inc Columbia, SC 29201 803-254-4432 To Support The Missions Of Second Harvest Affiliate Food Banks Serving The People Of The State Of South Carolina. Christ Central Ministries Columbia Columbia, SC - 29201 (803) 765-1998 Services Offered:-Soup Kitchen Sundays through Thursdays-Emergency Food Pantry Wednesdays 9 to 11.-Clothing for men, women, and children- Foot Care Ministry on Tuesdays-Pampering Love Ministry providing diapers, etc-Men's and Women's Bible studies-Supervision for community service hours-Training for Experience Works-Assistance with Benefit Bank applications-Assistance with birth certificate and ID fees- Referrals for Medical Care, Health Education-Referrals for Women's Classes, Recovery, Jewish Food Pantry Columbia, SC - 29223 803-787-2023 JFS provides food and personal care items to help individuals and families through difficult times. JFS believes in preserving a persons right to privacy and to be treated with the utmost dignity. We want to be there when times are tough and you need a guiding hand to provide the basic needs we all have. Drop off your canned good or personal items at the Gerry Sue & Norman Arnold Jewish Community Campus. For more information, you can call us. Asbury Memorial UMC Columbia, SC - 29209 (803) 776-7237 Food pantry in the church office. Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:30am - 2:00pm. For more information, please call. OPTION B HPEB 502: Service Learning Reflection Paper and Rubric OPTION B At the University of South Carolina, service-learning is a method of teaching and learning designed to connect meaningful community service with academic coursework and purposeful reflection. The experience promotes reciprocal benefits for all participants, a renewed sense of community connection, and critical thinking while upholding the principles embodied in the Carolina Creed. In HPEB 502 you will learn the foundations of nutrition, as well as many of the applications of nutrition to public health. The purpose of this service learning assignment is for you to learn more about how hunger effects your community and to gain first-hand experience serving those in need. OPTION B: You have chosen Option B as your experience to complete this assignment. 1. You will be responsible for organizing a food drive in some area of your community (work, neighborhood, school, religious location, etc), and will identify a food relief organization where you will donate the goods/money collected. a. Guidelines for organizing a food drive can be found below. b. You will need to select a target location for your drive (this can be your work, school, neighborhood, religious affiliate, etc). If you are choosing an organization, you will want to do this early and obtain approval for your drive. c. You will need to locate an organization where you will donate your goods (a local organization whose purpose is to alleviate hunger in your area). d. On this page, you will provide the name, types of goods collected (canned goods, nonperishable items, money, etc), the date(s) of your drive, the number of participants (number of co-workers, households, friends, etc. who participated in your drive), and the contact information for the hunger relief agency where you donated your goods. Feel free to include additional materials such as photos of your drive. e. If you have a question about organizing your drive, locations for donation, or what might constitute a hunger relief drive, please contact your instructor for a consultation. 2. You will complete the attached reflection on your experience. Responses should be thoughtful, written in complete sentences, and should fully answer the questions about your experience. The rubric that you will use for this reflection is provided for you on the final page of this assignment. Name: Location of your collection (work, neighborhood, online) Goods collected (food items, money, etc). Date(s) of drive Approximate # of participants (individuals, households, etc) Contact information for location where goods are donated Guidelines for organizing a food drive: http://www.feedingamerica.org/ways-to-give/give-food/fooddrives/?referrer=https://www.google.com/ Examples of hunger relief organizations include but are not limited to: Feeding America regional food banks, Meals on Wheels, faith and community based organizations (may be specific to your area)… Other resources may be found in the Position Paper from the American Dietetic Association (now the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics). OPTION B Please answer the following questions below regarding your experience volunteering at your local hunger relief agency. Please type out your answers in this document and submit it via Blackboard assignment. A rubric is available at the bottom of this document. 1) What was the most memorable part of your experience? 2) What were your expectations of organizing a hunger relief drive, and did the experience meet you expectations? Why or why not? 3) What did you particularly enjoy/dislike about the Service Learning Project? Describe at least one aspect of that you enjoyed, and one that you disliked. 4) How can you use your experience to educate others in your life about hunger in your community? 5) Describe at least two ways that this experience may impact your life or the choices you make. OPTION B Grading rubric for service learning project for undergraduate students Component Strong responses Adequate responses Marginal responses Unacceptable responses Cover page information (10 points) Name, location contact number, location contact name, and volunteer date/time are included and the location is appropriate for the assignment ____/10 points All information is present, location is appropriate for the assignment 1-2 elements are missing, or location is not appropriate for the assignment 3-4 elements are missing, or location is not appropriate and 1-2 elements are missing Not included =8-10 points =4-7 points =1-3- points =0 points Answer includes clearly written and well thought out response to question, most memorable aspect is identified, response written in complete sentences, appropriate spelling and grammar, it is clear that the student made efforts to include others in their hunger relief drive experience. = 14-20 points Adequate information about the experience is included Minimal information about the experience is included Not included = 8-13 points 1-7 points =0 points Answer includes both expectations and why or why not they were met, response is clearly written and well thought out, response is written in complete sentences, appropriate spelling and grammar = 20-30 points Answer includes both expectations and why or why not they were met, but response is not clearly written or well thought out =10-19 points Answer includes only one of the two responses (expectations/why or why not met), response is not clearly written or well thought out =1-9 points Not included Answer includes both aspects you liked and did not like, response is clearly written and well thought out, response is written in complete sentences, appropriate spelling and grammar = 20-30 points Answer includes both aspects you liked and did not like, but response is not clearly written or well thought out Not included =10-19 points Answer includes only one of the two responses (what you liked/what you did not like), response is not clearly written or well thought out =1-9 points Answer includes clearly written and well thought out response to question, application of experience in your life is included, response written in complete Adequate information about the experience and its application are included Minimal information about the experience and its application are included Not included Question 1 What is the most memorable part of your experience? ___/20 points Question 2 What were your expectations of organizing a hunger relief drive, and did the experience meet you expectations? Why or why not? ____/30 points =0 points Question 3 What did you particularly enjoy/dislike about the Service Learning Project? Describe at least one aspect of that you enjoyed, and one that you disliked. ____/30 points =0 points Question 4 How can you use your experience to educate others in your life about hunger? OPTION B ____/30 points sentences, appropriate spelling and grammar = 20-30 points =10-19 points =1-9 points =0 points Answer includes at least two ways that the experience may impact your life and choices, but is not clearly written or well thought out. Answer includes only one way that the experience may impact your life and choices. Not included. =10-19 points =1-9 points =0 points Question 5 Describe at least two ways that this experience may impact your life or the choices you make ____/30 points Answer includes at least two ways that the experience may impact your life and choices, answer is clearly written and well thought out, response is written in complete sentences, appropriate spelling and grammar = 20-30 points _________/ 150 points total Minimum length: 1 page (single spaced) Maximum length: 2 pages (single spaced) 10 points will be deducted for not following these guidelines OPTION A HPEB 502: Service Learning Reflection Paper and Rubric OPTION A At the University of South Carolina, service-learning is a method of teaching and learning designed to connect meaningful community service with academic coursework and purposeful reflection. The experience promotes reciprocal benefits for all participants, a renewed sense of community connection, and critical thinking while upholding the principles embodied in the Carolina Creed. In HPEB 502 you will learn the foundations of nutrition, as well as many of the applications of nutrition to public health. The purpose of this service learning assignment is for you to learn more about how hunger effects your community and to gain first-hand experience serving those in need. OPTION A: You have chosen Option A as your experience to complete this assignment. 1. You will need to find a food bank, food pantry, or associated hunger relief agency in your area and volunteer 120 minutes of your time. a. Resources to locate a food assistance organization in your area can be found below. b. You will need to select an organization whose purpose is to alleviate hunger in your area. These efforts can be through multiple methods (collecting/sorting food donations, delivering meals, providing nutrition services to the community, food reclamation, farming or agricultural initiatives with the purpose of alleviating hunger). However, it is necessary that this organization has the mission of addressing hunger in your area. c. On this page, you will provide the name, location, contact number, and volunteer shift time that you have selected. d. Your responsibilities when you volunteer will be up to the discretion of your location. Examples of activities may include but are not limited to: food sorting/preparation, serving food, volunteer training, food delivery, etc. e. If you have a question about the acceptability of your location, please contact your instructor for a consultation. 2. You will complete the attached reflection on your experience. Responses should be thoughtful, written in complete sentences, and should fully answer the questions about your experience. The rubric that you will use for this reflection is provided for you on the final page of this assignment. Name: Volunteer location name Location contact number Location contact (volunteer coordinator) name Volunteer shift date/time Hunger relief organization resources (find an organization in your area): https://fnic.nal.usda.gov/nutritionassistance-programs/hunger-and-food-security/hunger-relief-organizations Examples of hunger relief organizations include but are not limited to: Feeding America regional food banks, Meals on Wheels, faith and community based organizations (may be specific to your area)… Other resources may be found in the Position Paper from the American Dietetic Association (now the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics). OPTION A Please answer the following questions below regarding your experience volunteering at your local hunger relief agency. Please type out your answers in this document and submit it via Blackboard assignment. A rubric is available at the bottom of this document. 1) What was the most memorable part of your experience? 2) What were your expectations of volunteering at your local hunger relief agency, and did the experience meet you expectations? Why or why not? 3) What did you particularly enjoy/dislike about the Service Learning Project? Describe at least one aspect of that you enjoyed, and one that you disliked. 4) How can you use your experience to educate others in your life about hunger in your community? 5) Describe at least two ways that this experience may impact your life or the choices you make. OPTION A Grading rubric for service learning project for undergraduate students Component Strong responses Adequate responses Marginal responses Unacceptable responses Cover page information (10 points) Name, location contact number, location contact name, and volunteer date/time are included and the location is appropriate for the assignment ____/10 points All information is present, location is appropriate for the assignment 1-2 elements are missing, or location is not appropriate for the assignment 3-4 elements are missing, or location is not appropriate and 1-2 elements are missing Not included =8-10 points =4-7 points =1-3- points =0 points Answer includes clearly written and well thought out response to question, most memorable aspect is identified, response written in complete sentences, appropriate spelling and grammar = 14-20 points Adequate information about the experience is included Minimal information about the experience is included Not included = 8-13 points 1-7 points =0 points Answer includes both expectations and why or why not they were met, response is clearly written and well thought out, response is written in complete sentences, appropriate spelling and grammar = 20-30 points Answer includes both expectations and why or why not they were met, but response is not clearly written or well thought out =10-19 points Answer includes only one of the two responses (expectations/why or why not met), response is not clearly written or well thought out =1-9 points Not included Answer includes both aspects you liked and did not like, response is clearly written and well thought out, response is written in complete sentences, appropriate spelling and grammar = 20-30 points Answer includes both aspects you liked and did not like, but response is not clearly written or well thought out Not included =10-19 points Answer includes only one of the two responses (what you liked/what you did not like), response is not clearly written or well thought out =1-9 points Answer includes clearly written and well thought out response to question, application of experience in your life is included, response written in complete sentences, appropriate spelling and grammar = 20-30 points Adequate information about the experience and its application are included Minimal information about the experience and its application are included Not included =10-19 points =1-9 points =0 points Question 1 What is the most memorable part of your experience? ___/20 points Question 2 What were your expectations of volunteering at your local hunger relief agency, and did the experience meet you expectations? Why or why not? ____/30 points =0 points Question 3 What did you particularly enjoy/dislike about the Service Learning Project? Describe at least one aspect of that you enjoyed, and one that you disliked. ____/30 points =0 points Question 4 How can you use your experience to educate others in your life about hunger? ____/30 points OPTION A Question 5 Describe at least two ways that this experience may impact your life or the choices you make ____/30 points Answer includes at least two ways that the experience may impact your life and choices, answer is clearly written and well thought out, response is written in complete sentences, appropriate spelling and grammar = 20-30 points _________/ 150 points total Minimum length: 1 page (single spaced) Maximum length: 2 pages (single spaced) 10 points will be deducted for not following these guidelines Answer includes at least two ways that the experience may impact your life and choices, but is not clearly written or well thought out. Answer includes only one way that the experience may impact your life and choices. Not included. =10-19 points =1-9 points =0 points OPTION C HPEB 502: Service Learning Reflection Paper and Rubric OPTION C At the University of South Carolina, service-learning is a method of teaching and learning designed to connect meaningful community service with academic coursework and purposeful reflection. The experience promotes reciprocal benefits for all participants, a renewed sense of community connection, and critical thinking while upholding the principles embodied in the Carolina Creed. In HPEB 502 you will learn the foundations of nutrition, as well as many of the applications of nutrition to public health. The purpose of this service learning assignment is for you to learn more about how hunger effects your community and to gain first-hand experience serving those in need. OPTION B: You have chosen Option C as your experience to complete this assignment. 1. You will be responsible for organizing an online food drive fundraiser for an emergency food program in your community (work, neighborhood, school, religious location, etc),. a. You will need to select a target location for your drive (this can be your work, school, neighborhood, religious affiliate, etc). Confirm that they have a way to accept online donations without you having to handle money. c. Develop a plan to get people to donate to this agency. d. On this page, you will provide the name, types of goods collected (canned good ...
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Outline
Service-Learning Reflection
Introduction
Definitions
Body
Reflection
What was the most memorable part of your experience?
Summary
For my service-learning experience
Explanation
My volunteer experience
Skills
Memories
The encounters
What were your expectations of volunteering at your local hunger relief agency, and did
the experience meet your expectations? Why or why not?
What did you particularly enjoy/dislike about the Service Learning Project? Describe at
least one aspect of that you enjoyed, and one that you disliked.
How can you use your experience to educate others in your life about hunger in your
community?

Describe at least two ways that this experience may impact your life or the choices you
make.

Reflections
Conclusions

References


Running head: OPTION A

1

Service Learning Reflection

Name
Course
University

OPTION A

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Name:
Volunteer location name

Senior Resources main office

Location contact number
Location contact (volunteer
coordinator) name
Volunteer shift date/time

Thursday 9 am-12 pm

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University of Maryland

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