American Red Cross
About the Course:
The purpose of this course is to educate students about the work of the American Red Cross and teach them the skills necessary to perform volunteer work in several different capacities. The class will include passionate speakers from the American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter (ARCBA) and will increase students’ team-building and project-planning skills. Students will be required to complete journal entries, a group service project, as well as outside service hours in the form of Red Cross training and volunteering. Students may not miss more than two class periods (emergencies and religious observances excepted). This course will provide an orientation to Red Cross services and the principles of volunteerism.
How to Enroll:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in the course.
To be admitted, you must show up to the first class which is Wednesday, September 12th, 6-7:30PM in 242 Dwinelle. The first day of class is absolutely mandatory, and please be on time. We will be going over course logistics. Please also bring a double spaced, one page reflection discussing the following: why you want to take this class, what service to the community means to you, and your past experiences with community service. This is not for a grade, but it is to help us gauge your interest levels and decide who will be accepted into this class as we only have a limited number of seats.
Course Contact: arcatcaldecal AT gmail.com
Faculty Sponsor: Ann Stevens
Time & Location:
|Section 1||Michelle Carney|
|35||242 Dwinelle||W 6p-7:30p||9/12||started||—|
|Syllabus: American Red Cross Decal Fall 2012 Syllabus.pdf||Sep 11||85kb||Adobe PDF (Viewer)||View Download|
|Miscellaneous: Outside Hours Form Fall 2012.pdf||Sep 27||36kb||Adobe PDF (Viewer)||View Download|
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