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ACSLP Reflection Form
1801 Fayetteville St. Durham NC 27707
919-530-6100

ACSLP Reflection Form

NOTE: This form provides an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, and community members to send their thoughts and experiences with community service and service-learning to the Academic Community Service Learning Program at NCCU. Your email address will be used only to process your submission and will not be added to any mailing list. If you are a student submitting a paper, be sure to include your identification information so that we can give you credit. If you wish to remain anonymous, you may do so. Due to the expected volume of responses, a personal reply will not be provided. If you need personal assistance, please contact the ACSLP directly by email at acslp@nccu.edu or by telephone at 919-530-5167. Thank you for your reflection.

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Reflection

Each response box has a list of questions before it. You do not need to answer the specific questions - they are there to serve as a guide to help you develop a meaningful reflection.

  • What did you do? With and for whom?
  • What did you expect to learn from this project?
  • What did you observe during the time you were on your service project?
  • What broad observations can you make about your experience?


  • How do you feel about the service project itself?
  • What were the highs and lows of the project for you?
  • What did you learn about the specific task in which you were involved?
  • Did you learn anything about yourself, your friends, or other volunteers?
  • How did your service impact the people or issues you worked with?


  • How can you use what you have learned during this project to ensure the success of future service experiences?
  • What do you see as the crucial factors for making a service project successful?


  • What skills did you use, learn, or develop that are transferable to future places of employment? Explain how those skills were used.




        


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