Strengths and Leadership Workshop Reflection
1 This is a grade placeholder for the community-building notetaker. It will include the total number of points that factor into your Community-Building Tasks grade.
2 Ride the trolley sometime in February or March, journal some notes if you would like (preferably handwritten), and document the landscape and/or yourself, including any tagging, graffiti, murals, street art, or interesting community phenomena that might be visible from your view as a rider on the trolley. Please do not document or photograph other riders without their explicit permission.
Connect any one quotation from any assigned reading of your choice and either voice-record or write a brief response about how this experience on the trolley helps build your understanding of community-based issues, problems, solutions, and relationships.
Proof of trolley ticket purchase (screen shot of ticket purchase or receipt — whatever works)
At least one photo of your documented phenomena that indicates you are on the trolley
A brief response either voice-recorded or written that connects any one quotation for any assigned reading of your choice
3 Attend any Undergraduate Communication Society (UCS) weekly virtual event this quarter. Aim to stay for the entire event and engage when necessary. Connect any one quotation from any assigned reading of your choice and either voice-record, vlog, or write a brief response that reflects on what you learned by attending this UCS virtual event.
Title: Strengths and Leadership Workshop
4 Propose your own community-building task. Then complete it.Connect any one quotation from any assigned reading of your choice and either voice-record, vlog, or write a brief response that reflects on what you learned by proposing your own community-building task and executing it successfully.