Past Service Projects & Civic Events:
MLK Programming January 2018
Threads & Treads Service Project
CAB Movie Night: Hidden Figures
ASUWB: Make Your Voice Heard!
Represent Yourself: Letter Writing Workshop Date: Wednesday, January 24
MLK Carnival Featuring Spoken Word Artist: Essam Muhammad
Diversity Center Movie Night: I am Not Your Negro
Post Graduate Panel 2018
Are you interested in learning more about what service opportunities are available for you after graduation? Have you ever wanted to speak to current people in those programs or alumni of those programs? Join ACT and the Career Center for a post-graduation info session and panel. We will have representatives/alumni from AmeriCorps, City Year, Earth Corps, Peace Corps, and Teach for America. All majors are welcome. No registration is required. Light refreshments will be served.
Pre Dental Panel 2018
Come meet dental students from UW School of Dentistry! Ask them questions about their pre-dental path, dental school, or just life in general. Come with your questions prepared for a panel of fantastic dental students! This event is sponsored by ACT and Pre-Health Society.
Husky Plate 2018
Come learn how to make meals with food from the Husky Pantry led by Dr. Christine Bowen, a Naturopathic Physician and nutritionist. We will have a live food demo! Come learn about nutrition and taste your creations! This event is sponsored by ACT and the HEROs.
Alternative Spring Break 2018
Alternative Spring Break Programming will occur March 17th through March 24th 2018. Please see ACT ASB page for full event descriptions and to register for events.
ASB 2018 Sites:
- 21 Acres
- Kayak Clean Up w/Puget Sound Keeper Alliance
- Mountains to Sound Overnight Trip
- Youth Migrant Project
Earth Week Programming: Food Waste Prevention Workshop 2018
Join us for an exciting and informative event all about food waste and how we can prevent it! Achieving Community Transformation (ACT) is partnering with Environmental Sustainability to hold a food waste prevention workshop to provide students with the understanding of the impact of food waste and its effects on the environment and communities. The event will start with a viewing of the documentary Just Eat It a Food Waste Story and conclude with guest speaker Karen May from King County Solid Waste Division, facilitating an interactive discussion. This workshop will look at where our food comes from and provide useful tips for food waste prevention. Recology will be tabling at the event. No registration is required. This event is sponsored by ACT and Environmental Sustainability.
Conversation Cafe with Seattle Children's Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center 2018
ACT is partnering with Seattle Children's Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center to bring conversation cafe to the UW Bothell Campus. Volunteers will spend one hour having conversations with the center's students. The center's students are working on building skills around small talk, asking questions, and making eye contact. Note:This is a reoccurring event that will occur fall through spring quarter. No registration required.
Location: The Commons (UW2)
ACT is partnering with the UW Bothell Alumni Council which is hosting the 7th annual Lend-A-Paw event! Join UW Bothell alumni, students, faculty staff and friends as we partner with the Shoreline Veteran Center for an afternoon of food, fun, and community service!We will be helping the Shoreline Veteran Center with indoor and outdoor projects. We'll also do meal prep, then join the Shoreline Veteran Center staff and residents for a meal and a conversation. This is a free volunteer event, ages 14 and up are welcome.
Equity & Student Leadership 101 Workshop 2017
Tami Farber from the YMCA is coming to campus to facilitate an interactive workshop on equity and how it relates to student leadership. She will facilitate a conversation about how to think about power and what implications that may have on the education system as well as your roles as students/student leaders. Tami is well trained in facilitation, power and privilege. This event is open to all students. Must attend the entire workshop. Lunch will be provided. This event is sponsored by ACT in partnership with the Diversity Center.
Thursday May 18th, 2017
Friends of Youth Service Project 2017
Join ACT & SPEP on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 in Kirkland from 1:30PM to 4:30PM to learn more about Friends of Youth and the community they serve while engaging in service work. We will be cleaning transitional homes for the youth, sorting through donations and doing some light landscaping! Lunch and transportation are provided!
Voter Registration 2017
In collaboration with ASUWB (student government) ACT has been trained to help students get registered to vote. As this year is an election year, ACT would like to inform students on the importance of voting and what it means to be an "active citizen". They will do this through tabling on campus with voter registration forms available to any students who are able to register who are not already. If students are unable to register for whatever reason they will encourage them to get involed on campus and can help spread the word about the imporatnce of voting. ACT students are scheduled to table at Husky Village move in day as well as in a discovery course this fall
MLK Programming 2017
- Threads and Treads Service Project
- Activism Workshop
- MLK Open Mic Night
- MLK Keynote Speaker: Marissa Johnson
- Movie Showing: Selma
Alternative Spring Break 2017
- Youth Migrant Project-Saturday March 18th
- Stress-Free Sensory Music with Monroe YMCA-March 20th
- SAgE Farm-Tuesday March 21st
- Kayaking Clean Up with Puget SoundKeeper Alliance-Wednesday March 22nd
Community Resource Day 2017
Community Resource Day is a day dedicated to providing support to UWB/CC students and the greater Bothell community for a variety of health and human services. Modeled after Bothell Care Day, Cascadia College, UW Bothell as well as ACT and HEROs are teaming up to bring organizations to campus to table to provide UWB/CC students health-related activities as well as a chance to get to know each organization and the work they do.
Earth Day Event: Forest Restoration with Friends of North Creek Forest 2017
UW Bothell is conducting a series of events over the span of one week called Earth Week. Join ACT and Friends of North Creek Forest during thier restoration event on Saturday April 15th, 2017. Volunteers will be helping to restore the North Creek Forest by removing invasive plants, spreading mulch, and planting native species. Friends of North Creek Forest will provide tools, gloves, snacks, and hot refreshments to all participants. No prior experience is required!
Volunteer Local Fair 2016
The Volunteer Local Fair is a day in the spring that ACT invites 20-30 external partners and organizations to campus to help students learn about volunteer opportunities and potential internships in the community. Organizations that attended represetnted various disiplines ranging from health care, to social services, education, and sustainability.
Northshore School District’s Threads & Treads 2016
At Threads and Treads, part of the Northshore School District, volunteers worked to sort through gently used clothing donations that go towards families in need of clothing. Threads & Treads provides Northshore families free, quality donated clothing for school-age youth, teens, young adults and parents. Clothing items include appropriate clothing for the school day and special events, sportswear, shoes and accessories. All Northshore families in need of clothing assistance are welcome to shop each month for up to three outfits.
Seattle Children's Alyssa Burnet Adult Life Center 2016
The Alyysa Burnet Adult Life Center is located locally in Bothell and offers classes and activities for adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities as they transition out of the education system and into adulthood. The Burnett Adult Life Center hosts year-round classes and activities for adults age 18 or older that promote lifelong learning and independence, enhance quality of life and provide meaningful ways to take part in the community. The ACT students teamed up with their art class in order to make finger puppets to donate to children who are being treated at Seattle Childrens Hopsiptal.
21 Acres 2016
21 Acres is a nonprofit agricultural and environmental learning center and living laboratory for green and sustainable building design. Through education and advocacy, 21 Acres seeks to accelerate social change toward more sustainable ways of growing, eating, and living that protect the environment while supporting a better quality of life. Students worked in the children’s garden to build trellises for vegetable gardens, weed, as well as mulch in order to help create a space where children could learn.
Holly House 2016
Holly House is a children's holiday gift program providing gifts and necessities for low-income children in Snohomish County, Washington. They provide new items to each of the children including: toys, books, socks, underwear, pajamas, hats, scarves,coats, Christmas stockings, stuffed animals, dental supplies, and blankets. Students accompanied ACT to Holly House's sorting location in Lynnwood and helped to sort through donations for the children and thier families.
Vineyard Park Retirement Home 2016
Vineyard Park at Bothell Landing is a retirement home that holds activities each day for the residents that live there. The activity ACT led a small group of students through was facilitating a mix and mingle talking about our experiences in comparison to the resident experiences. The topics discussed were college, military, traveling and much more. Vineyard Park Retirement Home reached out to ACT to hold a mix and mingle with the goal of building community and bridging the gap between multiple generations.
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