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Spring Celebration of Service and Leadership
On Tuesday, May 7, 2013, from 3:00pm - 5:30pm, we invite you to attend the Spring Celebration of Service and Leadership in the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center
on the University of Washington, Seattle campus.
The Spring Celebration of Service and Leadership is a yearly event that allows students to showcase their work and learning related to service and leadership experiences. Students across the UW Seattle campus will display and speak about their work. Students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to engage these students to learn more about their projects and the experiences gained during the year.
The Spring Celebration is co-hosted by the Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center, Jumpstart, the Mary Gates Endowment for Students, and the Pipeline Project. While many students who are active in these programs participate in this event, students engaged in service and leadership across the campus are also invited to present their work.
This year the Spring Celebration will be held in the brand new Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center. We are pleased to offer the Spring Celebration in this new and vibrant new campus space, where we are able to showcase the work of students across three floors and in multiple rooms. The evening will begin with the Gallery of Student Projects where students will present their work during a poster session. Following the Gallery, we will honor our Edward E. Carlson Award Winner and then participants are invited to join a breakout session featuring presentations on a variety of service-focused themes.
This year marks the 10 year anniversary of the Jumpstart Program sending UW students to pre-school classrooms and developing children’s early literacy skills as well as the Pipeline Project’s 15th year of engaging UW students as tutors and mentors with Seattle Public Schools. We will also honor these programs during this event and the hundreds of students who have participated with these programs.
Schedule of Events
3:00pm - Gallery of Student Projects
4:15pm - Program honoring UW Student Engagement
4:45pm - Breakout Sessions on Leadership, Civic Engagement and Educational Equity
Leadership: View the E-Portfolios completed by Husky Leadership Initiative Certificate Students
Civic Engagement: Learn from students who participated in Citizen University, a conference on the art of Great Citizenship
Educational Equity: An engaging "Pecha Kucha" featuring students who are engaged in service and leadership around issues of educational equity.
Week of Spring Celebration Events
Monday, May 6th, 5:30pm -
Fireside Chat with Paola Maranan, Executive Director of Children's Alliance, 171 Mary Gates Hall.
Gallery of Student Projects: An opportunity for students to tell their service and leadership stories
bhciigadThe Gallery of Student Projects is an opportunity available for ALL University of Washington students to present their service and leadership work through a poster presentation. This is an opportunity for students to tell their story to the community members, students, staff, faculty, alumni, academic and civic leaders attending the Spring Celebration of Service and Leadership.
Students, apply as a Poster Presenter, here's what is involved...
The purpose of a Poster Presentation is to: 1) initiate discussion, 2) attract attention, 3) give you something useful to point to as you discuss your work, 4) stand alone when you're not there to provide an explanation, and 5) let people know what you care about.
Poster Presentation Preparation Workshops will be held on the following days:
For more information on poster design and to view examples, visit these additional resources:
- Tues., April 16 - 3:30-4:30 PM
- Wed., April 17 - 2:30-3:30 PM
- Thurs., April 18 - 4:30 - 5:30 PM
- Fri., April 19 - 1:30 - 2:30 PM
- Mon., April 22 - 12:30 - 1:30 PM
- Tues., April 23 - 10:30 - 11:30 AM
- Wed., April 24 - 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Who can apply?
What are the benefits of presenting in the Gallery of Student Projects?
- ALL University of Washington students
are invited to apply.
- Email SPRcele@uw.edu with any questions.
- Share your valuable service and leadership work with a diverse audience;
- Connect with other students doing interesting and meaningful work on campus and in the community;
- Receive feedback regarding your work and presentation from gallery officials;
- Build your experience and resume through this opportunity to sharpen your presentation skill.
To view a PDF copy of the 2012 event program, containing the schedule, spotlighted student leaders, descriptions of projects featured in the Gallery of Students Projects, and program summaries for the Center for Experiential Learning, and Diversity, please click here.
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