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On Monday, October 6, the Center will host a conversation regarding the conversation surrounding water and land conservation in Florida. Click here to view the Facebook event.

The Community Outreach Program will host four weekly service trips for students at area nonprofits this summer.

The application for the second annual Women's Leadership Institute is officially open! Learn about leadership with some of Florida State University's most influential leaders on October 24th and 25th. Go to thecenter.fsu.edu/wli to learn more and apply. Applications are due on Wednesday, September 24th.

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This summer, the 2014 cohort of Moellership scholars will be blogging about their experiences while serving all across the continent of Africa. Read all about it on the Moellership blog!

 

Click here to learn more about the Moellership Program.

Student Profiles of Service is an award sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs and the Center for Leadership and Social Change recognizing individual students who demonstrate exemplary commitment to community service at local, national, or international levels. Service to the community demonstrates personal and civic responsibility as well as commitment to broadening learning experiences beyond the classroom. It also gives students the opportunity to acquire new skills and grow in empathy and respect for others. Students are not judged solely on academic achievement, general leadership contributions, or sheer quantity of service activities. All students honored in Student Profiles of Service will have their photo and biography published in the FSView.

Student Profiles of Service is an award sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs and the Center for Leadership and Social Change recognizing individual students who demonstrate exemplary commitment to community service at local, national, or international levels. Service to the community demonstrates personal and civic responsibility as well as commitment to broadening learning experiences beyond the classroom. It also gives students the opportunity to acquire new skills and grow in empathy and respect for others. Students are not judged solely on academic achievement, general leadership contributions, or sheer quantity of service activities. All students honored in Student Profiles of Service will have their photo and biography published in the FSView.

Student Profiles of Service is an award sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs and the Center for Leadership and Social Change recognizing individual students who demonstrate exemplary commitment to community service at local, national, or international levels. Service to the community demonstrates personal and civic responsibility as well as commitment to broadening learning experiences beyond the classroom. It also gives students the opportunity to acquire new skills and grow in empathy and respect for others. Students are not judged solely on academic achievement, general leadership contributions, or sheer quantity of service activities. All students honored in Student Profiles of Service will have their photo and biography published in the FSView.

Student Profiles of Service is an award sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs and the Center for Leadership and Social Change recognizing individual students who demonstrate exemplary commitment to community service at local, national, or international levels. Service to the community demonstrates personal and civic responsibility as well as commitment to broadening learning experiences beyond the classroom. It also gives students the opportunity to acquire new skills and grow in empathy and respect for others. Students are not judged solely on academic achievement, general leadership contributions, or sheer quantity of service activities. All students honored in Student Profiles of Service will have their photo and biography published in the FSView.

Student Profiles of Service is an award sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs and the Center for Leadership and Social Change recognizing individual students who demonstrate exemplary commitment to community service at local, national, or international levels. Service to the community demonstrates personal and civic responsibility as well as commitment to broadening learning experiences beyond the classroom. It also gives students the opportunity to acquire new skills and grow in empathy and respect for others. Students are not judged solely on academic achievement, general leadership contributions, or sheer quantity of service activities. All students honored in Student Profiles of Service will have their photo and biography published in the FSView.