Next Meeting’s Service Project

Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, August 3rd at 7:30pm and will include a meal packing service project! This will be a HYBRID meeting. If you would like to attend in person, we will be meeting at the Mosaic Community Room. If you would like to attend virtually, we will still have a Zoom room for you to join.

If you attend in person, we will be making Power Packs! Our goal is to pack 100 Power Packs for students in need to take home over the weekend.

In Person: Mosaic Community Room
Fairfax, VA 22031

We’re Back to In-Person Meetings!

It’s official! We are back to in-person meetings! Come see us in person at the Mosaic District Community Room on May 4th at 7:30pm. If you would like to attend virtually, we will still have a Zoom room for you to join. PM us for it. Guests are welcome!

Wreaths Across America Clean Up – January 22nd

The Wreaths Across America clean up at Arlington National Cemetery is this Saturday, January 22nd at 8:00 AM. This is an outdoor activity involving pickup up of the wreaths laid on the memorial sites. We will be meeting at the Southgate.

RSVP here if you would like to join us!

FCPS Service Learning Information

Many thanks to Steven Myers, the Service Learning Resource Teacher for Fairfax County Public Schools, for speaking about FCPS’ service learning programming at last week’s club meeting!

Service learning involves students in authentic and meaningful service to their communities therefore developing their career and personal civic interests. This educational approach includes partnering with an agency (usually a non-profit or social service group) while learning theories in the classroom. The long term goal outside of potential career development is lifelong community engagement.

If you missed the meeting and would like to learn more, you can view Steven’s presentation here.

Kiwanis Monthly Meeting – January 5th @ 7:30pm

Join us for our monthly online meeting! Our meeting speaker is Steven Myers, the Service Learning Resource Teacher for Fairfax County and President of the Virginia Career Development Association. Service learning involves students in authentic and meaningful service to their communities therefore developing their career and personal civic interests. This educational approach includes partnering with an agency (usually a non-profit or social service group) while learning theories in the classroom. The long term goal outside of potential career development is lifelong community engagement.

Join us on Zoom here!

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