of William Woods University recently teamed up to provide greeting cards for
troops serving overseas.
William Woods to participate in an academic service-learning project. They
worked with WWU art students to make cards for deployed troops.
for the local community on a daily basis and through that learn the importance
of trust, respect and integrity. But for our kids to get to create
something as personal as the greeting cards for the troops one-on-one with
college students is something many of them will cherish for a long time,” Brooke
Morris, a service-learning teacher at JCAC, said.
doing good for others is a vital part of their education and shapes them into
wonderful young men and women. I feel lucky to get to be a part of that process
for our students at JCAC. I am so grateful for our business partner, William
Woods, for giving our kids this opportunity and proud of the growth in our
students from this special event.”
professor of art, and his students have been doing for several years. The idea
is to design cards that military personnel can send to their loved ones.
basic design students, which read in part, “I
wanted to THANK YOU for taking the time and effort to getting us such nice
supplies of this manner. I know my loved ones enjoy receiving the cute
cards as much as I love writing them.”
high school setting, whose principal, Deanne Fisher, received her education
specialist degree from William Woods. Students who thrive in nontraditional
classrooms find meaningful ways to engage in the community through educated
Service-Learning at JCAC.
Fuller while Levi Land looks on.
Terry Martin assists Talasha Wallace with her art project.