"Socrates says that only one person alone cannot get everything done that needs to be done which makes a perfect city/state. He needs others to help him, they need to work together. The same applies today." (student participant 2012, Keep Hayward Clean and Green)
Service Learning is an opportunity to recognize and reflect upon your role in society.
Freshmen, please make sure that you received a registration confirmation email when you registered for FDoS. Look forward to a reminder in your horizon email full of details, on Wednesday or Thursday, prior to your project.
Here are some upcoming events!
Hayward Public Library - Sara Conner Court, Hayward 3:30pm-7:30pm
Hayward Public Library - Walker Landing, Hayward 3:30pm-7:30pm
Hayward Public Library -Tenyson Gardens, Hayward 3:30pm-7:30pm
ASI Environmental Affairs, Concord Campus 9am-1pm
Downtown Oakland YMCA, Oakland 6pm-10pm
Oases Leap, Oakland, 4pm-9pm
Alameda County Food Bank, Oakland 9am-noon
Alameda County Food Bank, Oakland 1pm-4pm
Bay Area Same Sex Dance Association, Oakland 8:30am-12:30pm
Bay Area Same Sex Dance Association, Oakland 12:30pm-4:30pm
Bay Area Same Sex Dance Association, Oakland 4:30pm-8:30pm
Downtown Oakland YMCA, Oakland 8am-2pm
Eden Housing, Dublin 10am-4pm
Keep Hayward Clean and Green Task Force, Hayward 8:30am-12pm
Lincoln Child Center's Kinship San Leandro 11am-3pm
Math Science Nucleus, Fremont 9am-1pm
Alameda County Food Bank, Oakland 8:30am-11:30am
Alameda County Food Bank, Oakland 12:30pm-3:30pm
Open Heart Kitchen, Livermore 9:30am-2pm
Students registered for these events can pick up their T-shirts ST-120 (above agora stage and below the science buildings), on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays (10am-2pm).
Print out and fill out any paperwork needed. (If you already turned it in to the peer mentor office, we have logged your information).
Thanks to all for making a difference!!!
FDoS engages around 1400 students with over 30 community partners. Stay up-to-date, post photos and comments on Facebook.
Your participation in FDoS makes a difference and adds to the value of the image of CSUEB. Here is a quick review of behavior guidelines and precautions.
Looking for a few photos and the names of community partners where students made a difference?
What have other student's said? Take a look at quotes from students who participated in previous FDoS.
Here's the "big picture" and process for students.
See if we anticipated and answered your questions here about FDoS.