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									Michigan Campus Compact
Service Leadership Camp 2010




 September 24 - 26,
Sherman Lake YMCA
  Augusta, Michigan




Michigan Campus Compact




Amplify Your Impact
Service Leadership Camp 2010
Schedule at a Glance
Friday, September 24

4:30 – 5:30     Registration/Check-In                            Kellogg Dining Hall
5:00            Time to Settle In/Games Available                Cabins
5:30 – 6:30     Dinner                                           Kellogg Dining Hall
6:45            Welcome & Introductions                          Kellogg Dining Hall
7:00            What is Michigan Campus Compact?                 Kellogg Dining Hall
7:15 – 9:15     Kids Food Basket – Service Project               Kellogg Dining Hall
9:15 – 10:00    Communities of Impact                            Kellogg Dining Hall
10:00           Activities & Games                               Kellogg Dining Hall


Saturday, September 25

8:00 – 9:00     Breakfast/Networking                             Kellogg Dining Hall
8:30            Advisor Chat                                     Conference Room
9:00            Overview of the Morning                          Kellogg Dining Hall
9:00 – 9:20     Energizer                                        Kellogg Dining Hall
9:30 – 10:20    Content Sessions: Round 1                        As Posted
10:30 – 11:20   Content Sessions: Round 2                        As Posted
11:30 – 12:30   Lunch                                            Kellogg Dining Hall
12:45 – 1:00    Overview of Afternoon                            Kellogg Dining Hall
1:00 – 3:00     Groups A-D Team Time                             See Advisor
                Groups E-H Teambuilding Exercises                Outside Dining Hall
3:00 – 5:00     Groups A-D Teambuilding Exercises                Outside Dining Hall
                Groups E-H Team Time                             See Advisor
5:00 – 6:00     Dinner with School Swap                          Kellogg Dining Hall
6:00 – 7:30     “Open Space” Activity                            Kellogg Dining Hall
7:30 – 9:30     Free Time (Open Gym)                             Recreation Center
9:00            Evening Snack                                    Kellogg Dining Hall
9:30            Campfire                                         Behind South Village
                Activities & Games                               Kellogg Dining Hall


Sunday, September 26

8:00 – 9:00     Breakfast                                        Kellogg Dining Hall
8:30            Advisor Chat                                     Conference Room
9:00 – 10:50    MSS Supervisor Training                          Library
9:00 – 9:50     Content Sessions: Round 3                        As Posted
10:00 – 10:50   Content Sessions: Round 4                        As Posted
11:00           Closing: Now what? & Tag Challenge               Kellogg Dining Hall
12:00           Goodbye! Safe Travels!




 For a complete list of upcoming events and trainings, visit www.micampuscompact.org/calendar.aspx
Camp Map
 Schedule - Service Leadership Camp 2010


 Friday, September 24, 2010
  4:30 – 5:30 p.m.         Registration/Check-In                                           Kellogg Dining Hall
  5:00 p.m.                Time to Settle In/Games Available                               Cabins
  5:30 – 6:30 p.m.         Dinner                                                          Kellogg Dining Hall
  6:45 p.m.                Welcome & Introductions                                         Kellogg Dining Hall
  7:00 p.m.                What is Michigan Campus Compact?                                Kellogg Dining Hall
  7:15 – 9:15 p.m.         Kids Food Basket- Service Project                               Kellogg Dining Hall
  9:15 – 10:00 p.m.        Communities of Impact                                           Kellogg Dining Hall
  10:00 p.m.               Activities and Games                                            Kellogg Dining Hall



 Saturday, September 25, 2010
  8:00 – 9:00 a.m.              Breakfast/Networking                                      Kellogg Dining Hall
  8:30 a.m.                     Advisor Chat                                              Conference Room
  9:00 a.m.                     Overview of the Morning                                   Kellogg Dining Hall
  9:00 – 9:20 a.m.              Energizer                                                 Kellogg Dining Hall
  9:30 – 10:20 a.m.             Content Sessions: Round 1                                 As Posted

 Getting the 101 on Service Learning                           Management of Leadership
 Do you enjoy participating in or leading service projects?    Are good managers good leaders? Is drive, passion
 Are you looking to AMPLIFY your impact on campus and          and charisma all that a successful leader needs? In this
 in the community? Then come learn how you can reach           workshop we’ll look at these questions and breakdown
 the next level; take Volunteering to Civic Engagement         the managerial side of organizational leadership.
 and Service to Service Learning!                              Presenter: Nikka Landau, MCC AmeriCorps*VISTA,
 Presenter: Joshua Lee, Graduate Assistant, Service            University of Michigan- Dearborn
 Initiatives, Grand Valley State University, Megan Boundy,     Room: Nature Center
 Leadership and Service Intern, Grand Valley State
 University                                                    Facilitation and Group Process: Where on
 Room: Conference Room                                         Earth are we Going?
                                                               Ever wondered “why on earth are we meeting?” In this
 National Service: Join the Movement                           workshop learn effective facilitation tips to lead meetings
 Use your passion for change to be a part of a powerful        and groups with a purpose. Also, learn the stages of
 national movement. Come to this interactive session           group development and meet LARA who can help you
 to understand service programs and how you can                handle conflicts that are inevitable when working in a
 work with like-minded people serving a wide variety           group.
 of populations. We will be discussing several national        Presenter:Tiffany Sims, MCC AmeriCorps*VISTA, Oakland
 service programs including AmeriCorps, Peace Corps,           University
 Teach for America, and City Year.                             Room: Kellogg Dining Hall
 Presenter: Melissa Strapec, MCC AmeriCorps*VISTA
 Leader, Michigan Campus Compact
 Room: Art Studio


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For a complete list of upcoming events and trainings, visit www.micampuscompact.org/calendar.aspx
                                                              Schedule - Service Leadership Camp 2010

  10:30 – 11:20 a.m.            Content Sessions: Round 2                              As Posted

 Effective Communication                                     Diversity: Developing Cultural Competence
 This session will give you pointers on effective            “Once you can see the boundaries of your environment,
 communication including interpersonal relationships,        they are no longer the boundaries of your environment.”
 group interaction and marketing to a large audience.        Marshall McLuhan. Come develop the awareness,
 We’ll start with the basics of one-on-one interaction and   knowledge, and skills it takes to effectively serve and
 move to more complex interactions. Kelsey and Sarah         connect with your community!
 will discuss basic communication principles, offer some     Presenter:TaQuilla Martin, MCC AmeriCorps*VISTA,
 examples, and touch on one or two recent trends in          Lawrence Tech University, Elyse Mathos, MCC
 communication.                                              AmeriCorps*VISTA, Lawrence Tech University
 Presenters: Kelsey Caverly, AmeriCorps*VISTA/Program        Room: Nature Center
 Coordinator of ASLC, GRCC, Sarah Light ASLC Student
 Scholar, GRCC                                               Tuning in to the Benefits of Service
 Room: Conference Room                                       Volunteering isn’t just about addressing an issue – it’s
                                                             also about impacting people – including you. Who do
 Volunteer Centers: An Asset to Change                       you want to serve, where do you want to serve, and
 Leaders                                                     how can you make the most of the experience? Come
 Learn how to utilize Volunteer Centers to amplify your      explore your options and learn about the benefits and
 impact on the community. Engage more volunteers,            challenges of working with different populations and
 affect change in a greater population, and find existing    places. Gain practical tips for finding your best fit.
 resources in your community by connecting with your         Presenter: Jeanine Yard, Program Officer, Michigan
 local Volunteer Center.                                     Community Service Commission
 Presenter: Jaime E. Engvall, AmeriCorps*VISTA,Volunteer     Room: Art Studio
 Centers of Michigan
 Room: Kellogg Dining Hall




             “It continues to amaze me how just one person’s
             experiences can inspire such growth and courage in the
             lives of innumerable others.”
                                          - Erin Bernethy, Alma College




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For a complete list of upcoming events and trainings, visit www.micampuscompact.org/calendar.aspx
 Schedule - Service Leadership Camp 2010


 Saturday, September 25, 2010
  11:30 a.m. –12:30 p.m.        Lunch                                                    Kellogg Dining Hall
  12:45 – 1:00 p.m..            Overview of Afternoon                                    Kellogg Dining Hall
  1:00 – 3:00 p.m.              Groups A-D Team Time                                     See Advisor
                                Groups E-H Teambuilding Exercises                        Outside Dining Hall
  3:00 – 5:00 p.m.              Groups A-D Teambuilding Exercises                        Outside Dining Hall
                                Groups E-H Team Time                                     See Advisor
  5:00 – 6:00 p.m.              Dinner with School Swap                                  Kellogg Dining Hall
  6:00 – 7:30 p.m..             “Open Space” Activity                                    Kellogg Dining Hall
  7:30 – 9:30 p.m.              Free Time (Open Gym)                                     Recreation Center
  9:00                          Evening Snack                                            Kellogg Dining Hall
  9:30                          Campfire                                                 Behind South Village
                                Activities & Games                                       Kellogg Dining Hall




 Sunday, September 26, 2010
  8:00 – 9:00 a.m.              Breakfast                                                Kellogg Dining Hall
  8:30 a.m.                     Advisor Chat                                             Conference Room
  9:00 – 10:50 a.m.             MSS Supervisor Training                                  Library
  9:00 – 9:50 a.m.              Content Sessions: Round 3                                As Posted

 Education and Reflection: Exercising the Core                Making Midterm Elections Matter to Students
 of Service Learning                                          Do you love getting the “I voted” sticker on Election Day?
 We will examine student-led learning; with a strong          Wish other students were that excited about elections?
 emphasis on education. Through understanding the             This session will give you ideas for ways to get students
 methodology and sharing of past service learning             involved politically on campus (in a nonpartisan way)!
 experiences demonstrate the ease of developing a strong      Presenter: Simone Mishler, MCC AmeriCorps*VISTA, Mott
 service learning program. We will then connect and           Community College
 define the significance of reflection to the development     Room: Nature Center
 of a strong service learning foundation.
 Presenters: Cory Jackson, Coordinator, Alternative Breaks,   Poverty:The Importance of One
 GVSU, Michael Kaurich, Development & Assessment Chair,       This interactive workshop incorporates discussion
 Alternative Breaks, GVSU                                     and education on service learning and how it impacts
 Room: Art Studio                                             poverty. Participants will engage in discussion on the
                                                              “World Village” and then participate in a service learning
 How to Lead A Project In the Right Direction!                activity that shows the importance of each person on
 NEEDED--PROJECT LEADERS. Are you willing to step             creating social change.
 up and address community needs? Learn the steps that         Presenter:Tiffany Sims, MCC AmeriCorps*VISTA, Oakland
 can help make any project and event a success. Identify      University
 potential pitfalls and problems. Discuss projects that       Room: Kellogg Dining Hall
 meet community needs, but are also fun!
 Presenter: Sandra Miller,VCM AmeriCorps*VISTA Leader,
 Volunteer Centers of Michigan
 Room: Conference Room

For a complete list of upcoming events and trainings, visit www.micampuscompact.org/calendar.aspx
                                                                  Schedule - Service Leadership Camp 2010


 Sunday, September 26, 2010
  10:00 –10:50 a.m.               Content Sessions: Round 4                               As Posted

 What? So What? Now What? - Facilitating                         Advocating Effectively
 Reflection                                                      As a service leader on your campus, there are likely
 How do we get students to transition from reflecting            many issues that matter to you. Come and hear ideas
 upon service, to reflecting upon their impact and future        for using your passion to make change on your campus
 action plans? Facilitating reflection can be a difficult task   and in your community.
 to take on, so let’s learn some ways to make it better!         Presenter: Amber Toth, Consultant for Michigan Campus
 Presenters: Elyse Mathos, MCC AmeriCorps*VISTA,                 Compact
 Lawrence Tech University, Sophie Tullier, MCC                   Room: Art Studio
 AmeriCorps*VISTA, Kirtland Community College
 Allison DeGuzman Nevalga, Graduate Assistant, Diversity         Leadership Compass: What’s Your Style?
 and Community Involvement, EMU                                  Join this session to learn about four primary work
 Room: Nature Center                                             styles in the context of leadership and teamwork. You
                                                                 will explore how to appreciate diverse work styles and
 “Where are You Going to College, and How                        develop a deeper sense of self-awareness about your
 Can I Help You Get There?”                                      leadership style and approach.
 Do you volunteer or plan to volunteer with K-12                 Presenter: Ashley Gulker, Program Specialist, Michigan
 youth? Learn about the College Positive Volunteerism            Campus Compact
 Training, where you are trained to talk to youth about          Room: Kellogg Dining Hall
 their college education and help them take the steps to
 get there!
 Presenter: Marilyn Beardslee, MCC AmeriCorps*VISTA,
 Michigan Campus Compact
 Room: Conference Room


  11:00 a.m.                      Closing: Now what? & Tag Challenge                       Kellogg Dining Hall
  12:00 p.m.                      Goodbye! Safe Travels!




                          To access presentation materials from
                            this weekend’s breakout sessions,
                      visit www.micampuscompact.org/camp.aspx.




For a complete list of upcoming events and trainings, visit www.micampuscompact.org/calendar.aspx
Michigan Campus Compact Members                                                         2010 Camp Planning Committee

Adr ian College                                                                         Katie Etheridge
Albion College                                                                          Community Partner
Alma College
Andrews Univer sity                                                                     Geoff Hickox
Aquinas College                                                                         MCC AmeriCorps*VISTA
Calvin College
Central Michigan Univer sity                                                            Ashley Gulker
Davenpor t Univer sity                                                                  MCC Staff
Delta College
Easter n Michigan Univer sity                                                           Joshua Lee
Fer r is State Univer sity                                                              Grand Valley State University
Grand Rapids Community College
Grand Valley State Univer sity                                                          Melissa Strapec
Henr y Ford Community College                                                           MCC AmeriCorps*VISTA Leader
Hope College
Jackson Community College                                                               Amber Toth
Kalamazoo College                                                                       Former MCC AmeriCorps*VISTA
Kellogg Community College
Ketter ing Univer sity                                                                  Shannon Zoet
Kir tland Community College                                                             MCC Staff
Lake Super ior State Univer sity
Lansing Community College
Lawrence Technological Univer sity                                                      Staff
Macomb Community College                                                                Renee Miller Zientek
Madonna Univer sity                                                                     Executive Director
Mar ygrove College
Michigan State Univer sity                                                              Marilyn Beardslee
Mott Community College                                                                  MCC AmeriCorps*VISTA
Nor ther n Michigan Univer sity
Nor thwood Univer sity                                                                  Mary Estrada
Oakland Community College                                                               Program and Logistics Manager
Oakland Univer sity
Olivet College                                                                          Ashley Gulker
Saginaw Valley State Univer sity                                                        Program Specialist
Schoolcraft College
Siena Heights Univer sity                                                               Geoff Hickox
Spr ing Arbor Univer sity                                                               MCC AmeriCorps*VISTA
Univer sity of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Univer sity of Michigan-Dearbor n                                                       Rachel Klegon
Univer sity of Michigan-Flint                                                           AmeriCorps*VISTA Program Manager
Wayne State Univer sity
Wester n Michigan Univer sity                                                           Shelley Long
                                                                                        Executive Assistant

                                                                                        Michelle Snitgen
                                                                                        Assistant Director of Grant Programs
Contact Information
                                                                                        Melissa Strapec
Michigan Campus Compact                                                                 AmeriCorps*VISTA Leader
1048 Pierpont, Suite 3
Lansing, MI 48911                                                                       Shannon Zoet
                                                                                        Assistant Director of Campus Partnerships
Phone: 517.492.2424
Fax: 517.492.2410
www.micampuscompact.org

                     Michigan Campus Compact is affiliated with Campus Compact and Michigan Nonprofit Association

								
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