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Transcript of TF Reflection
The Appalachia Seminar? It's time to reflect upon who we are,
what we've done, and what we want to do and be... The semester is almost over! The Student Experience Task Force Part of the CSC The point is to... Reflect upon our core values Review our methods and practices prepare for new members and a new year! The Center for Social Concerns of the University of Notre Dame facilitates community-based learning, research and service informed by Catholic Social Tradition. Through the Center, learning becomes service to justice. Mission What parts of the CSC's goals are critical here? (Go ahead... discuss!) What should students
come away with? The "Aha" Moment breaking down stereotypes ??? sense of social justice understanding of relation to people of other groups What does this look like? What are some of the student groups who commonly participate? How do we act as a catalyst and engage students in intentional growth when many may not have intended to really go deep into the issues and reflections? Where do we come in? Roles: What are our core values? How do we develop not just the Seminar, but also our own senses of social justice and the community within the Task Force? solidarity
accountability The people of Appalachia Looking
forward How do we apply these values? Not just by encouraging them in students but by intentionality in our work and our interactions. How do we want to orient new TF members? (Oops, sorry…wrong task forces.) It helps now and then to step back
and take the long view.
The kingdom is not only beyond our efforts,
it is beyond our vision… …This is what we are about:
We plant seeds that will one day grow.
We water seeds already planted, knowing that they hold future promise.
We lay foundations that will need future development.
We provide yeast that produces effects beyond our capabilities. We cannot do everything
and there is a sense of liberation in realizing that.
This enables us to do something,
and to do it very well.
It may be incomplete, but it is a beginning, a step along the way,
an opportunity for God's grace to enter and do the rest. …We are prophets of a future not our own.