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"It [Service-learning] is a group effort in the end. I definitely have been impacted by it because it is one thing to say we have a problem, but it is another to actually see the people impacted by it. It has opened my eyes to the multitude of inequalities around me and made me realize how fortunate I really am.” -M-A Junior
Theory of Change
M-A High School Service-Learning Objectives:
Social Justice: Identify, recognize and analyze the social structures that underpin injustice in our society and understand the relative privilege or marginalization of your own or other groups.
Civic Engagement: Recognize the importance of agency and life-long responsible citizenship in personal and professional activities in ways that benefit underserved populations.
Celebrate Diversity: Embody our motto of “strength in diversity” by looking beyond your own perspective and understand the way others see the world. Appreciate the knowledge, wisdom, assets and skills that individuals in these communities possess.
Developed in partnership with Santa Clara University Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education: scu.edu/ic and the Stanford University Haas Center for Public Service: haas.stanford.edu