The Center for Civic Engagement, the Sustainability Literacy Institute and the College’s 250th Anniversary Committee invite the College of Charleston community to participate in the Third Annual Day of Service.
This year will focus on food security. Ten percent of the world’s population is undernourished. Climate change will exacerbate this problem by causing a drastic increase in food prices, a drastic decrease in arable land and the endangerment of many of our food sources. We need to work towards creating a just, sustainable, secure food system in order to combat food insecurity and to make sure our planet can keep feeding our ever-growing population. At the end of this experience, students should walk away with more knowledge on issues related to food security as well as the information on more ways to engage with these issues in the Charleston community.
The day will begin with orientation and education followed by the service projects in the afternoon. Lunch will be provided. This yearâ€™s project sites include the Green Heart Project, Sweetgrass Gardens, MUSC Urban Farm and South Carolina Aquarium’s Good Catch Program.
Read about volunteer projects and sign-up HERE
Registration is now open! Registration will continue until all volunteer opportunities are filled. Volunteers must register individually. Teams or clubs wanting to participate must have their team members register individually.
Student Time Commitment: 10:00amâ€“5:00pm
Service Day Schedule: (approximate)
10:00am-10:15am: Check-In (Location Robert Scott Small 235)
10:15am-12:00pm: Orientation and education focusing on service sites and the theme of the year
12:30pm: Depart for service site
1:00pm-4:30pm: Service and Reflection