I had a lot of fun creating a video for kids to hopefully enjoy and learn from!
I really enjoyed listening to the panel and learning about how to better my mental health. I also appreciate the mentioning of resources for those who may need help.
It was so much fun! I loved working with the kids and helping them learn about STEM.
It was so fun looking at the letters from years ago and getting to help archive them.
Working with the other volunteers was great and so was the training session, but unfortunately the class did not show up so I did not get to help them with their experiments.
I learned some great information at the public discussion. It was interesting to see the range of protests that have taken place at/around WSU. One important take away was the discussion of taking a break. I have always thought by taking a break from the news or media, I would become uneducated, but I felt as though the answers regarding this issue were great. Sometimes a mental break is necessary. Just because someone needs to step away from everything happening right now does not make them a bad person, they just need to do what is best for their mental health. I really enjoyed and appreciated the discussion.
I really enjoyed learning about all of the different ways to help give back to the pullman community through food services. I am hoping that when I get down to pullman I will be able to volunteer at the center and help provide food for those who are willing to reach out and get help. Students are spending so much money on college that they may need help getting money for essentials such as food. The program and community invested in giving back to not just students, but the Whitman County community as a whole, where there are people living in poverty who need help, is very amazing and inspiring.