As the second year of the Center for Community Engagement and Career Competitiveness draws to a close, our graduating student intern, Moustafa Nassar, critically reflects on his distinct learning experience within his Averett University community and the wider local community to better understand how activism needs to be redefined inside and outside of the college campus. In a discussion of the role experiential learning, in the form of service-learning, volunteer work, and internships, played in his college career, he evaluates his new skills and direction as a result of his experiences.
Nassar, Moustafa and Belko, Brigid
"Seeing the Possible: My Journey through Service Learning,"
VA Engage Journal: Vol. 5
, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarship.richmond.edu/vaej/vol5/iss1/1