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World Vision Youth Ambassador Program (SERVICE & CREATIVITY)

APPROXIMATE NUMBER OF HOURS

50 Hours

CAS LEARNING OUTCOME(S) MET

  • increased their awareness of their own strengths and areas for growth
    • They are able to see themselves as individuals with various skills and abilities, some more developed than others, and understand that they can make choices about how they wish to move forward.
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Creativity

30 Hour Famine (SERVICE)

APPROXIMATE NUMBER OF HOURS

90 Hours

CAS LEARNING OUTCOME(S) MET

  • planned and initiated activities
    • Planning and initiation will often be in collaboration with others. It can be shown in activities that are part of larger projects, for example, ongoing school activities in the local community, as well as in small student‑led activities.
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McNally High School

Empty Your Pockets -- Help Fight World Hunger

Pender Turning Point Youth Group has been raising money for World Vision through a “Penny War!”

Each high school represented in the Youth Group has their own jar in which to collect money. 97 more words

Pender UMC

30 Hour Famine (Photos)

Here are some photos from our 30 hour famine event.

Thank you to everyone who attended! We hope to see you at our future events! 7 more words

Gallery

Just a Little Longer

Today’s Daily Prompt:

Tell us about times in which you linger — when you don’t want an event, or a day to end. What is it you love about these times? 346 more words

Postaday

Transcript of "Release The Feast" - a poem by Propaganda

This year, the 30 Hour Famine is held from today Thursday 13/3/14 until Saturday 15/3/14 and the theme is “Release The Feast”.

The theme-titled poem can be found… 568 more words

Others

Hunger Is Everywhere: Perspectives From a 30-Hour Famine

College student Kelly Burger no longer uses the expression “I’m starving.” Why? Because she now knows what starving really means. It’s not having a late dinner or missing one meal. 8 more words

Global Hunger