(Online Service Opportunity) AMBASSADOR PROGRAM for Golden Rule Day, “Treat others and the planet as you would wish to be treated.”
Now is the time to start being an “Ambassador for Golden Rule Day” which will be April 5. Two to five hours of community service credit available in relation to how much was done and the quality and length of your written reflections on your learning.
Learn of the Ambassador program. Posting on social media and on other platforms has a rippling effect. You have a chance to spread something positive and inspire yourself and others to be kinder, more compassionate, and more aware of us, as humans, brothers and sisters, on this Earth. As a Golden Rule Day Ambassador you would join a team of people around the world promoting living by the golden rule: “Treat others as they want to be treated” by jointly sharing on social media and in other ways content that we create to inspire. People are invited to submit their own videos now and then to be a part of the online webcast on April 5. See the 2019 Webcast. Since UIW is known for compassion and San Antonio is designated “A Compassionate City,” we need to be models. To unite with efforts in our city, learn more of CompassionateSA and our City Faith Based Office.
If you would like to become a Golden Rule Day Ambassador, please email firstname.lastname@example.org - with AMBASSADOR in the subject line. Get started today.
After you have completed the project, sometime after April 5, submit your service and apply for 2 to 5 service hours via GivePulse. For instructions on how to do this, please visit https://www.uiw.edu/eccl/engage.html. You must include at least 50 words of reflections on your learning and service for every one hour of service credit sought. Begin service hours learning from the website.
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