|Close Date||Any time before the event ends or when space runs out.|
In recognition of National Poetry Month, join Student Life’s Service-Learning Program for an on-campus service project with the Free Minds Book Club.
The Free Minds Book Club, a nonprofit that believes books and creative writing have the incredible power to teach, build community, inspire individuals and change lives.
Free Minds members are incarcerated youth charged as adults who participate in book clubs and creative writing workshops that help them express their thoughts, experiences, emotions, and hopes.
At our Write-a-Thon, we’ll read their poetry and write encouraging comments that will be returned to the youth.
For questions & accommodations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 240-567-5261
|Causes||Arts & Culture Children & Youth Justice & Legal|
42 Positions Filled | 33 Impacts | 41 Hours
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Location: This is the room next to the cafeteria, 51 Mannakee St, Student Lounge, Campus Center 155, Rockville, MD 20850
|Name & Time||Description||Positions|
|Learn about the Free Minds Book Club, read poetry from Free Minds members (youth incarcerated as adults around the country), and write encouraging feedback that will be returned to the poets.||9/30||Over|
|Can't make the 2pm time? Join us at 3:30 to learn about the Free Minds Book Club, read poetry from Free Minds members (youth incarcerated as adults around the country), and write encouraging feedback that will be returned to the poets.||33/40||Over|