This service-learning course is designed to introduce undergraduate students to methods in cross-cultural communication, engagement, and program development. Through demonstrations of cross-cultural message development and working with local food pantries and food pantry clients, students will learn strategies related to the co-construction of participant narratives, as well as techniques of personal listening skills. Offered in the spring semester, this course is designed to prepare and equip students for what will be expected of them while working with a domestic or international organization, such as Heifer International, during the subsequent Maymester service-learning program abroad.
|Causes||Advocacy & Human Rights Arts & Culture Community Poverty & Basic Needs|
7 People | 1 Impact | 6 Hours