In my sophomore year at Central Michigan I was given the unique opportunity to attend a three day Garden Leader Training Seminar hosted by the Greater Lansing Food Bank. Now a graduating senior, I am happy to be reflecting on this experience two years later as it affords me the chance to really express all… Continue reading Garden Leader Training Seminar
Working with finances other than my own is something I hadn’t done since my days on the high school Business Professionals of America team, until this year! I served on the committee fondly referred to across campus as SBAC, which is short for the Student Budget Allocation Committee! SBAC is a committee of about… Continue reading Student Budget Allocation Committee Experience
Sitting on my bed in a small room in a small town, I am required to reflect on all the service I have completed this school year in the name of helping others. I am required to document the various occasions I put forth my effort and time without receiving monetary compensation. However, the true… Continue reading Service Learning Reflection
Let me just start by saying that Elizabeth Carlson is by far the sweetest most adorable professor I have ever had, hands down! This class would not have left such an everlasting impression on me nor have been as effective at teaching me the curriculum were she not the professor. In fact, recently in my… Continue reading COM 461L Experience
Two words: Gary Fuller! Taking the course Philosophy 118L at Central Michigan University gave me the opportunity to learn from and interact with arguably the most eccentric and quirky little professor on any campus in all of the state of Michigan. The class began promptly at 8:00am so having a teacher with such high levels… Continue reading Philosophy 118L Reflection
I’m not a waves on the beach or sun on the sand kind of girl, I’m a wildflowers in the breeze and snowy mountain peaks kind of soul and adventure is always forefront in my mind. Cooper Landing, Alaska: population 289. I’ve always lived in a small town in a house surrounded by forest, but… Continue reading The Land of the Midnight Sun
You know that feeling, when you go to the circus and there are so many acts that your heart just bubbles up with exhilaration and wonder and sheer happiness, simply due to the abundance of opportunities you’re presented with to see something spectacular, and at the same time you’re overwhelmed because you want to see… Continue reading Dearest Mentee ❤
This year I was given the obligation of attending lectures or workshops with topics that pertained to leadership. I say obligation for two reasons: 1. Because it’s a requirement for the protocol of my Leader Advancement Scholarship and 2. Because who wants to go sit through a lecture for fun, they’re always so boring! However,… Continue reading Ssshhhh… Time to Listen!
I am currently enrolled in the course History 110L under the instruction of Professor Catherine Tobin at Central Michigan University. The class meets every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10:00 am in Powers hall. I am taking the class with my Leader Advancement Scholarship cohort and I have to say that if it wasn’t for… Continue reading History 110L Reflection
Ok so in my pre reflection post about Detroit I mentioned all of the things I knew about the city, these are things that I’m sure make up many other peoples list of familiarity with the city of Detroit… what I didn’t realize and therefore was unable to mention, is the vast difference between Detroit’s… Continue reading LAS in the D- Part 2: Post Service Trip!