Analyze your volunteer experience by writing a 1,000-1,250 word reflection focused on your volunteer experience. Examine how volunteering enabled you to practice the principles of servant leadership. Reference and address the following in the paper.
- Summarize your servant leadership volunteer opportunity by sharing the who, what, when, where, why, and how of the experience.
- Which of Greenleaf’s principles of servant leadership did you implement and learn the most about through completing the servant leadership experience? Provide examples in your discussion.
- Both Greenleaf and the biblical passages referenced in the various Topic Materials focus on the idea that power comes from giving it away and that taking the role of a servant can make one a leader. Discuss whether or not your servant leadership volunteer opportunity helped you to find yourself as a leader in this way. Provide supporting examples.
- Use examples from your servant leadership volunteer opportunity to discuss the idea that serving others as a leader might influence change or produce a positive impact for the greater good.
- Think about your personal leadership skills and style and discuss what your learned about yourself as a servant leader from completing the volunteer opportunity.
- Looking forward, how will you use what you have learned about the principles of servant leadership in your workplace, organizations with which you are involved, and in your personal life?
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
This is where a summary of the place I volunteered.Below is also the website of the center below. I will send you an attachment of flyer that went with the summer program.
The Community Students Learning Centers (CSLC) is a non-profit organization that serves the Lexington, MS and surrounding cities in various ways. Not only is education a top priority in this organization, but fitness, housing advocacy, the arts, and being resourceful to the local communities are their focuses too. The CSLC lives up to the motto, vision and mission which is promoting community and educational change. The organization is ran by an African American family. This is important because majority of the businesses in this town and the local towns are owned by other races. This organization has been a true blessing to children, families, clients, businesses, schools, and much more. All of the staff shows great interest in their vocations and exemplifies great leadership traits and abilities that are fitting for the job, handling challenging situations and dealign with the public.Their goal at CSLC is to give back to be good and give back to the community like the community once did for them.
Name of Organization: Community Students Learning Center
Location: 333 Yazoo Street Lexington, MS 39095
Phone Number: 662-834-0905
MS PIRC Executive Director: Beulah Greer