Event Title

A Reflection on Non-Profit Interactions

Mentor 1

Benjamin Trager

Location

Union Wisconsin Room

Start Date

5-4-2019 1:30 PM

End Date

5-4-2019 3:30 PM

Description

My hybridized high-impact practice has encouraged me to learn more about the non-profit community within Wisconsin. A hybridized high-impact practice is a practice meant to teach undergraduate students through real world experience. The research methodology used in this process is service-learning reflection. Service- learning reflection is a educational exploration of the real world. A non-profit is an organization dedicated to furthering a social cause without making a profit. Non-profits within Wisconsin rely on other non-profits for support. Whether it be through money or item donation, the Wisconsin nonprofit community receives support through fundraising events, ensuring Wisconsin citizens who utilize these non-profits, the services they rely on. An important example of this occurs with in medical non-profits. Through my hybridized high-impact practice I have made many interactions with medical non-profits. Such non-profits provide research, education, support and advocacy for those involved. Without the non-profit communities support for each other, non-profits may not have the funding to carry out the services that citizens rely on. This is the main idea I will be reflecting on throughout my research.

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Apr 5th, 1:30 PM Apr 5th, 3:30 PM

A Reflection on Non-Profit Interactions

Union Wisconsin Room

My hybridized high-impact practice has encouraged me to learn more about the non-profit community within Wisconsin. A hybridized high-impact practice is a practice meant to teach undergraduate students through real world experience. The research methodology used in this process is service-learning reflection. Service- learning reflection is a educational exploration of the real world. A non-profit is an organization dedicated to furthering a social cause without making a profit. Non-profits within Wisconsin rely on other non-profits for support. Whether it be through money or item donation, the Wisconsin nonprofit community receives support through fundraising events, ensuring Wisconsin citizens who utilize these non-profits, the services they rely on. An important example of this occurs with in medical non-profits. Through my hybridized high-impact practice I have made many interactions with medical non-profits. Such non-profits provide research, education, support and advocacy for those involved. Without the non-profit communities support for each other, non-profits may not have the funding to carry out the services that citizens rely on. This is the main idea I will be reflecting on throughout my research.