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Service-Learning: Native Gift Making

Join elders from the Snohomish Tribe and members of Natives United in Journey in making multiple different types of small gifts. We will be sanding small hand-carved paddles for necklaces as well as beading and finishing necklaces, wood-burning feathers and possibly more! Learn about the Canoe Journey they accomplish each year and the purpose and deep-meaning behind the gift giving process within the tribe. If we’re lucky Mike Evans (didahalqid) will also provide songs and stories of the Snohomish Tribe. Snacks will be provided. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Center for Service-Learning & Snohomish Tribe. Contact Phone: 425-640-1581. Contact Email: simone.tanke@email.edcc.edu. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM. Brier Hall (BRI) 244 Inside Triton Student Center.

Info Session for Global Engagement Grant and Mini-grants

Learn about global engagement opportunities available to all staff and faculty, and criteria for acceptance. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP  Email Emily.Schifferling@edcc.edu if those times do not fit your schedule. Global Engagement grants can be used to for, and are not limited to: *...traveling to research faculty-led, short-term program opportunities *...taking students to attend talks/conferences/events supporting global competence in curriculum *...Faculty-exchange teaching or research abroad *...Attending workshops and conferences abroad or regarding cross-cultural competency/globally-related subjects in your field *...projects that directly impact campus globalization efforts. Type of Event: Academic. International Student Services. Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Global Engagement and Study Abroad. Contact Phone: 425.649.1618. Contact Email: Emily.Schifferling@edcc.edu. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Snohomish Hall #301. For more info visit employees.edcc.edu.

Service Learning: Campus Community Farm Workparty

"Have you checked out EdCC's very own Campus Community Farm? Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more. Learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues. Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system. All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. The farm's location can be found on the campus map here." It is number 3 on the map. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Dept. of Anthropology, CSEL, EdCC Campus Green Fund, EdCC Green Team. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: michelle.brewer@email.edcc.edu. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM. Campus Community Farm (On campus).

Service-Learning Opportunity - Urban Wildlife Monitoring

Become a Citizen Scientist! You can help balance human and wildlife needs by tracking and photographing animals in Mukilteo and Woodinville. The objective is to document several animal species for local agencies interested in wildlife activities. Guided by field technician Grace, you will learn to use traditional ecological knowledge to recognize track and sign of animals in urban environments, as well as set motion-sensitive camera traps to photograph these animals.This information will help City of Mukilteo, Snohomish County Airport, and Snohomish County Public Works Environmental Services to better understand how urban wildlife utilize the monitored areas. **It is important that students signing up for this event dress accordingly, most importantly wearing waterproof footwear. This is important to ensure all participants have a safe and comfortable day. We will meet by the van at the northwest corner of Meadowdale Hall. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Anthropology Dept. Center for Service-Learning. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: grace.coale@email.edcc.edu. Friday, November 15, 2019, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Transportation will be provided to and from EdCC to the service location. We will meet by the van at the northwest corner of Meadowdale Hall.".

Service Learning: Campus Community Farm Workparty

"Have you checked out EdCC's very own Campus Community Farm? Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more. Learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues. Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system. All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. The farm's location can be found on the campus map here.". Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Dept. of Anthropology, CSEL, EdCC Campus Green Fund, EdCC Green Team. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: michelle.brewer@email.edcc.edu. Friday, November 15, 2019, 11:30 AM – 3:30 PM. Campus Community Farm Edmonds Community College 20000 68th Ave W (On campus). For more info visit www.edcc.edu.

Service-Learning: Volunteer with Heron Habitat Helpers in Seattle!

Volunteer with Heron Habitat Helpers as we work to restore habitat for urban wildlife around Commodore Park and Kiwanis Memorial Preserve! Located just south of Ballard, this area is home to numerous bird species, amphibians, mountain beavers, and other wildlife, and it’s an important green buffer for the great blue heron nesting colony at the Ballard Locks. What to bring: A water bottle, tough clothes, and shoes that can get dirty (because they will). Please wear long pants and a long-sleeved shirt to protect against prickly blackberry. Closed-toed shoes are required: work boots, hiking boots, or running shoes are all fine. Remember to check the weather and bring appropriate layers, and rain gear as needed. Transportation will be provided from EdCC to the service site. We will meet at the van behind Meadowdale Hall (in front of the campus farm) at 9am. Leaving EdCC at 9:10am, and back by 3pm. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Center for Service-Learning, ASEdCC, AmeriCorps, Heron Habitat Helpers. Contact Phone: 4256401258. Contact Email: shane.crawford@edcc.edu. Saturday, November 16, 2019, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Commodore Park, Magnolia, Seattle. For more info visit www.heronhelpers.org.

Service Learning: Campus Community Farm Workparty

"Have you checked out EdCC's very own Campus Community Farm? Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more. Learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues. Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system. All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. The farm's location can be found on the campus map here." It is number 3 on the map. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Dept. of Anthropology, CSEL, EdCC Campus Green Fund, EdCC Green Team. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: michelle.brewer@email.edcc.edu. Monday, November 18, 2019, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM. Campus Community Farm (On campus). For more info visit www.edcc.edu.

Service-Learning: Trashy Tuesdays

Did you know that 80% of trash in the world’s oceans comes from litter on land? Most commonly it is washed from sidewalks and paved areas into storm drain and then directly into our streams, rivers, lakes and the oceans. We are trying to make a dent in that figure by doing our part here on campus. Every Tuesday we get together and discuss how we can make a difference and WHY it’s so important that we do. We then spend at least one full hour picking up trash (with grabbers!) in varying zones of campus and finish each Trashy Tuesday by coming back together to share in snacks while we reflect on what we saw, experienced, learned, and the crazy strange things we picked up that day (there’s always at least one odd thing found!). Come join us, bring a friend, bring a classmate, have some fun and make a difference on your campus and in your community! Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Center for Service-Learning. Contact Phone: 425-640-1581. Contact Email: simone.tanke@email.edcc.edu. Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM. Brier Hall (BRI) (Room 244) Inside Triton Student Center.

Service Learning: Campus Community Farm Workparty

"Have you checked out EdCC's very own Campus Community Farm? Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more. Learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues. Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system. All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. The farm's location can be found on the campus map here." It is number 3 on the map. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Dept. of Anthropology, CSEL, EdCC Campus Green Fund, EdCC Green Team. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: michelle.brewer@email.edcc.edu. Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM. Campus Community Farm (On campus).

Service-Learning Opportunity - Urban Wildlife Monitoring

Become a Citizen Scientist! You can help balance human and wildlife needs by tracking and photographing animals in Mukilteo and Woodinville. The objective is to document several animal species for local agencies interested in wildlife activities. Guided by field technician Grace, you will learn to use traditional ecological knowledge to recognize track and sign of animals in urban environments, as well as set motion-sensitive camera traps to photograph these animals.This information will help City of Mukilteo, Snohomish County Airport, and Snohomish County Public Works Environmental Services to better understand how urban wildlife utilize the monitored areas. **It is important that students signing up for this event dress accordingly, most importantly wearing waterproof footwear. This is important to ensure all participants have a safe and comfortable day. We will meet by the van at the northwest corner of Meadowdale Hall. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Anthropology Dept. Center for Service-Learning. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: grace.coale@email.edcc.edu. Friday, November 22, 2019, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Transportation will be provided to and from EdCC to the service location. We will meet by the van at the northwest corner of Meadowdale Hall.".

Service Learning: Campus Community Farm Workparty

"Have you checked out EdCC's very own Campus Community Farm? Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more. Learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues. Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system. All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. The farm's location can be found on the campus map here.". Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Dept. of Anthropology, CSEL, EdCC Campus Green Fund, EdCC Green Team. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: michelle.brewer@email.edcc.edu. Friday, November 22, 2019, 11:30 AM – 3:30 PM. Campus Community Farm Edmonds Community College 20000 68th Ave W (On campus). For more info visit www.edcc.edu.

Service Learning: Hutt Park Stewardship Party

Join EarthCorps and the City of Edmonds as we work to care for one of the last patches of Old Growth forest in the area! Hutt Park is home to trees that are over 150 ft tall and nearly 600 years old and a variety of wildlife. These are currenlty threatened by aggressive English ivy growing in the park, which is why we're taking the ivy out  and replanting with native plants! Volunteers should come prepared for the weather and working outdoors (shoes you don't mind getting dirty, boots are preferred).  Please bring a reusable water, snacks will be provided, but please bring your own sack lunch. ​Meet at 9:30am at the van. Van is located on the west side of Meadowdale Hall  (behind it) by the Cultural Kitchen and Farm. Depart EdCC 9:40am. Return by 2:30pm. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Center for Service-Learning, ASEdCC, AmeriCorps, EarthCorps. Contact Phone: 4256401258. Contact Email: shane.crawford@edcc.edu. Saturday, November 23, 2019, 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM. Hutt Park, 187th St SW, Edmonds, WA 98026. For more info visit www.earthcorps.org.

Service Learning: Green Kirkland Stewardship Party

Case of the Mondays? Shake it off at scenic O.O. Denny Park with Green Kirkland! Volunteers will spend the morning planting native species and enjoying views of Lake Washington. Volunteers should come prepared for the weather and working outdoors (shoes you don't mind getting dirty, boots are preferred).  Please bring a reusable water, snacks will be provided, but please bring your own sack lunch. ​Meet at 9:00am at the van. Van is located on the west side of Meadowdale Hall  (behind it) by the Cultural Kitchen and Farm. Depart EdCC 9:10am. Return by 1:00pm. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Center for Service-Learning, ASEdCC, AmeriCorps, Green Kirkland. Contact Phone: 4256401258. Contact Email: shane.crawford@edcc.edu. Monday, November 25, 2019, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. O.O. Denny Park, 12302 Holmes Point Dr NE, Kirkland, WA 98034. For more info visit www.kirklandwa.gov.

Service Learning: Campus Community Farm Workparty

"Have you checked out EdCC's very own Campus Community Farm? Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more. Learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues. Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system. All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. The farm's location can be found on the campus map here." It is number 3 on the map. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Dept. of Anthropology, CSEL, EdCC Campus Green Fund, EdCC Green Team. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: michelle.brewer@email.edcc.edu. Monday, November 25, 2019, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM. Campus Community Farm (On campus). For more info visit www.edcc.edu.

Service-Learning: Trashy Tuesdays

Did you know that 80% of trash in the world’s oceans comes from litter on land? Most commonly it is washed from sidewalks and paved areas into storm drain and then directly into our streams, rivers, lakes and the oceans. We are trying to make a dent in that figure by doing our part here on campus. Every Tuesday we get together and discuss how we can make a difference and WHY it’s so important that we do. We then spend at least one full hour picking up trash (with grabbers!) in varying zones of campus and finish each Trashy Tuesday by coming back together to share in snacks while we reflect on what we saw, experienced, learned, and the crazy strange things we picked up that day (there’s always at least one odd thing found!). Come join us, bring a friend, bring a classmate, have some fun and make a difference on your campus and in your community! Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Center for Service-Learning, ASEdCC. Contact Phone: 425-640-1581. Contact Email: simone.tanke@email.edcc.edu. Tuesday, November 26, 2019, 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM. Brier Hall (BRI) (Room 244) Inside Triton Student Center.

Service-Learning Opportunity - Urban Wildlife Monitoring

Become a Citizen Scientist! You can help balance human and wildlife needs by tracking and photographing animals in Mukilteo and Woodinville. The objective is to document several animal species for local agencies interested in wildlife activities. Guided by field technician Grace, you will learn to use traditional ecological knowledge to recognize track and sign of animals in urban environments, as well as set motion-sensitive camera traps to photograph these animals.This information will help City of Mukilteo, Snohomish County Airport, and Snohomish County Public Works Environmental Services to better understand how urban wildlife utilize the monitored areas. **It is important that students signing up for this event dress accordingly, most importantly wearing waterproof footwear. This is important to ensure all participants have a safe and comfortable day. We will meet by the van at the northwest corner of Meadowdale Hall. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Anthropology Dept. Center for Service-Learning. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: grace.coale@email.edcc.edu. Wednesday, November 27, 2019, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Transportation will be provided to and from EdCC to the service location. We will meet by the van at the northwest corner of Meadowdale Hall.".

Service-Learning: Native Gift Making

Join elders from the Snohomish Tribe and members of Natives United in Journey in making multiple different types of small gifts. We will be sanding small hand-carved paddles for necklaces as well as beading and finishing necklaces, wood-burning feathers and possibly more! Learn about the Canoe Journey they accomplish each year and the purpose and deep-meaning behind the gift giving process within the tribe. If we’re lucky Mike Evans (didahalqid) will also provide songs and stories of the Snohomish Tribe. Snacks will be provided. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Center for Service-Learning & Snohomish Tribe. Contact Phone: 425-640-1581. Contact Email: simone.tanke@email.edcc.edu. Wednesday, November 27, 2019, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM. Brier Hall (BRI) 244 Inside Triton Student Center.

Info Session for Global Engagement Grant and Mini-grants

Learn about global engagement opportunities available to all staff and faculty, and criteria for acceptance. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP  Email Emily.Schifferling@edcc.edu if those times do not fit your schedule. Global Engagement grants can be used to for, and are not limited to: *...traveling to research faculty-led, short-term program opportunities *...taking students to attend talks/conferences/events supporting global competence in curriculum *...Faculty-exchange teaching or research abroad *...Attending workshops and conferences abroad or regarding cross-cultural competency/globally-related subjects in your field *...projects that directly impact campus globalization efforts. Type of Event: Academic. International Student Services. Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Global Engagement and Study Abroad. Contact Phone: 425.649.1618. Contact Email: Emily.Schifferling@edcc.edu. Wednesday, November 27, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Snohomish Hall #301. For more info visit employees.edcc.edu.

Service Learning: Campus Community Farm Workparty

"Have you checked out EdCC's very own Campus Community Farm? Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more. Learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues. Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system. All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. The farm's location can be found on the campus map here." It is number 3 on the map. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Dept. of Anthropology, CSEL, EdCC Campus Green Fund, EdCC Green Team. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: michelle.brewer@email.edcc.edu. Wednesday, November 27, 2019, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM. Campus Community Farm (On campus).

Service Learning: Campus Community Farm Workparty

"Have you checked out EdCC's very own Campus Community Farm? Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more. Learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues. Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system. All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. The farm's location can be found on the campus map here.". Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Dept. of Anthropology, CSEL, EdCC Campus Green Fund, EdCC Green Team. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: michelle.brewer@email.edcc.edu. Friday, November 29, 2019, 11:30 AM – 3:30 PM. Campus Community Farm Edmonds Community College 20000 68th Ave W (On campus). For more info visit www.edcc.edu.

Service Learning: Campus Community Farm Workparty

"Have you checked out EdCC's very own Campus Community Farm? Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more. Learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues. Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system. All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. The farm's location can be found on the campus map here." It is number 3 on the map. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Dept. of Anthropology, CSEL, EdCC Campus Green Fund, EdCC Green Team. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: michelle.brewer@email.edcc.edu. Monday, December 2, 2019, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM. Campus Community Farm (On campus). For more info visit www.edcc.edu.

Service-Learning: Trashy Tuesdays

Did you know that 80% of trash in the world’s oceans comes from litter on land? Most commonly it is washed from sidewalks and paved areas into storm drain and then directly into our streams, rivers, lakes and the oceans. We are trying to make a dent in that figure by doing our part here on campus. Every Tuesday we get together and discuss how we can make a difference and WHY it’s so important that we do. We then spend at least one full hour picking up trash (with grabbers!) in varying zones of campus and finish each Trashy Tuesday by coming back together to share in snacks while we reflect on what we saw, experienced, learned, and the crazy strange things we picked up that day (there’s always at least one odd thing found!). Come join us, bring a friend, bring a classmate, have some fun and make a difference on your campus and in your community! Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Center for Service-Learning. Contact Phone: 425-640-1581. Contact Email: simone.tanke@email.edcc.edu. Tuesday, December 3, 2019, 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM. Brier Hall (BRI) (Room 244) Inside Triton Student Center.

Service Learning: Campus Community Farm Workparty

"Have you checked out EdCC's very own Campus Community Farm? Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more. Learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues. Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system. All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. The farm's location can be found on the campus map here." It is number 3 on the map. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Dept. of Anthropology, CSEL, EdCC Campus Green Fund, EdCC Green Team. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: michelle.brewer@email.edcc.edu. Wednesday, December 4, 2019, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM. Campus Community Farm (On campus).

Service Learning: Brightwater Treatment Plant Tour

Come take a tour of, and learn about Brightwater Treatment Plant. An important part of King County's wastewater treatment system, Brightwater treats up to 36 million gallons of wasterwater every day! Opened in 2011, the facility incorporates landscape architecture, wildlife habitat, engineering, art, and environmental education. The property includes restored wetlands and forests with three miles of walking trails, as well as an exhibit hall with interactive displays and art installations. Please come dressed for the weather, most of the tour is outside. Please wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes. All participants are required to wear a hard hat, safety vest, safety glass (all provided). Transportation is provided from campus for this event. We will meet behind Meadowdale Hall, across from the campus farm, at 9am. Leave EdCC by 9:15am. Back before 1pm. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Center for Service-Learning, ASEdCC, AmeriCorps, King County. Contact Phone: 4256401258. Contact Email: shane.crawford@edcc.edu. Thursday, December 5, 2019, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Brightwater Treatment Plant, 22505 WA-9, Woodinville, WA 98072. For more info visit www.kingcounty.gov.

Service-Learning Opportunity - Urban Wildlife Monitoring

Become a Citizen Scientist! You can help balance human and wildlife needs by tracking and photographing animals in Mukilteo and Woodinville. The objective is to document several animal species for local agencies interested in wildlife activities. Guided by field technician Grace, you will learn to use traditional ecological knowledge to recognize track and sign of animals in urban environments, as well as set motion-sensitive camera traps to photograph these animals.This information will help City of Mukilteo, Snohomish County Airport, and Snohomish County Public Works Environmental Services to better understand how urban wildlife utilize the monitored areas. **It is important that students signing up for this event dress accordingly, most importantly wearing waterproof footwear. This is important to ensure all participants have a safe and comfortable day. We will meet by the van at the northwest corner of Meadowdale Hall. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Anthropology Dept. Center for Service-Learning. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: grace.coale@email.edcc.edu. Friday, December 6, 2019, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Transportation will be provided to and from EdCC to the service location. We will meet by the van at the northwest corner of Meadowdale Hall.".

Service Learning: Campus Community Farm Workparty

"Have you checked out EdCC's very own Campus Community Farm? Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more. Learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues. Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system. All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. The farm's location can be found on the campus map here.". Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Dept. of Anthropology, CSEL, EdCC Campus Green Fund, EdCC Green Team. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: michelle.brewer@email.edcc.edu. Friday, December 6, 2019, 11:30 AM – 3:30 PM. Campus Community Farm Edmonds Community College 20000 68th Ave W (On campus). For more info visit www.edcc.edu.

Service Learning: Clothes For Kids Charity with Journey School Lynnwood

Service learning hours available by helping Journey School Lynnwood host their annual Winter Bazaar and 2nd Hand Sale directly benefiting Clothes For Kids. Set up and facilitation of the event. No heavy lifting, but comfortable clean clothes helpful.  Indoor event.  Close to EdCC, just 18 minutes (4.6 miles) or 30 min by the #120 bus.  Journey School is a short 5 min walk south on Cypress Way from bus stop.  Three segments available. You are welcome to attend one or all 3, just sign up! Snacks and drink provided. A Keto friendly food truck will be available for purchase. No transportation provided. Carpooling suggested. Sign in at site with coordinator. Look for a carpool email closer to date. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Contact Phone: 4256401127. Contact Email: chatell.wallace@edcc.edu. Saturday, December 7, 2019, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Journey School Lynnwood 21500 Cypress Way Lynnwood WA 98036.

Service Learning: Union Slough Stewardship Party

Join EarthCorps and the Port of Everett as we continue to work in the Union Slough natural area on the Snohomish River. Union Slough was created by breaching a dike in the Snohomish River estuary in 2001, restoring tidal flow to a farming field and creating about 8 acres of marsh and mudflat.  An additional 4.6 acres were added to the site by another dike breach in 2005. Natural vegetation has been returning ever since, but there are still more areas that need to get re-planted! Volunteers should come prepared for the weather and working outdoors (shoes you don't mind getting dirty, boots are preferred).  Please bring a reusable water, snacks will be provided, but please bring your own sack lunch. ​Meet at 9:00am at the van. Van is located on the west side of Meadowdale Hall  (behind it) by the Cultural Kitchen and Farm. Depart EdCC 9:10am. Return by 3:00pm. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Center for Service-Learning, ASEdCC, AmeriCorps, EarthCorps, Port of Everett. Contact Phone: 4256401258. Contact Email: shane.crawford@edcc.edu. Saturday, December 7, 2019, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. 828 WA-529, Everett, WA 98201. For more info visit www.earthcorps.org.

Service Learning: Clothes For Kids Charity with Journey School Lynnwood

Service learning hours available by helping Journey School Lynnwood host their annual Winter Bazaar and 2nd Hand Sale directly benefiting Clothes For Kids. Facilitation and organization of the event. No heavy lifting, but comfortable clean clothes helpful.  Indoor event.  Close to EdCC, just 18 minutes (4.6 miles) or 30 min by the #120 bus.  Journey School is a short 5 min walk south on Cypress Way from bus stop.  Three segments available. You are welcome to attend one or all 3, just sign up! Snacks and drink provided. A Keto friendly food truck will be available for purchase. No transportation provided. Carpooling suggested. Sign in at site with coordinator.  Look for a carpool email closer to date. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Contact Phone: 4256401127. Contact Email: chatell.wallace@edcc.edu. Saturday, December 7, 2019, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Journey School Lynnwood 21500 Cypress Way Lynnwood WA 98036.

Service Learning: Clothes For Kids Charity with Journey School Lynnwood

Service learning hours available by helping Journey School Lynnwood host their annual Winter Bazaar and 2nd Hand Sale directly benefiting Clothes For Kids. Facilitation and tear down of event. No heavy lifting, but comfortable clean clothes helpful.  Indoor event.  Close to EdCC, just 18 minutes (4.6 miles) or 30 min by the #120 bus.  Journey School is a short 5 min walk south on Cypress Way from bus stop.  Three segments available. You are welcome to attend one or all 3, just sign up! Snacks and drink provided. A Keto friendly food truck will be available for purchase. No transportation provided. Carpooling suggested. Sign in at site with coordinator.  Look for a carpool email closer to date. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Contact Phone: 4256401127. Contact Email: chatell.wallace@edcc.edu. Sunday, December 8, 2019, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Journey School Lynnwood 21500 Cypress Way Lynnwood WA.

Service Learning: Campus Community Farm Workparty

"Have you checked out EdCC's very own Campus Community Farm? Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more. Learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues. Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system. All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. The farm's location can be found on the campus map here." It is number 3 on the map. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Dept. of Anthropology, CSEL, EdCC Campus Green Fund, EdCC Green Team. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: michelle.brewer@email.edcc.edu. Monday, December 9, 2019, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM. Campus Community Farm (On campus). For more info visit www.edcc.edu.

Service-Learning: Trashy Tuesdays

Did you know that 80% of trash in the world’s oceans comes from litter on land? Most commonly it is washed from sidewalks and paved areas into storm drain and then directly into our streams, rivers, lakes and the oceans. We are trying to make a dent in that figure by doing our part here on campus. Every Tuesday we get together and discuss how we can make a difference and WHY it’s so important that we do. We then spend at least one full hour picking up trash (with grabbers!) in varying zones of campus and finish each Trashy Tuesday by coming back together to share in snacks while we reflect on what we saw, experienced, learned, and the crazy strange things we picked up that day (there’s always at least one odd thing found!). Come join us, bring a friend, bring a classmate, have some fun and make a difference on your campus and in your community! Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Center for Service-Learning, ASEdCC. Contact Phone: 425-640-1581. Contact Email: simone.tanke@email.edcc.edu. Tuesday, December 10, 2019, 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM. Brier Hall (BRI) (Room 244) Inside Triton Student Center.

Service-Learning: Native Gift Making

Join elders from the Snohomish Tribe and members of Natives United in Journey in making multiple different types of small gifts. We will be sanding small hand-carved paddles for necklaces as well as beading and finishing necklaces, wood-burning feathers and possibly more! Learn about the Canoe Journey they accomplish each year and the purpose and deep-meaning behind the gift giving process within the tribe. If we’re lucky Mike Evans (didahalqid) will also provide songs and stories of the Snohomish Tribe. Snacks will be provided. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Center for Service-Learning & Snohomish Tribe. Contact Phone: 425-640-1581. Contact Email: simone.tanke@email.edcc.edu. Wednesday, December 11, 2019, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM. Brier Hall (BRI) 244 Inside Triton Student Center.

Info Session for Global Engagement Grant and Mini-grants

Learn about global engagement opportunities available to all staff and faculty, and criteria for acceptance. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP  Email Emily.Schifferling@edcc.edu if those times do not fit your schedule. Global Engagement grants can be used to for, and are not limited to: *...traveling to research faculty-led, short-term program opportunities *...taking students to attend talks/conferences/events supporting global competence in curriculum *...Faculty-exchange teaching or research abroad *...Attending workshops and conferences abroad or regarding cross-cultural competency/globally-related subjects in your field *...projects that directly impact campus globalization efforts. Type of Event: Academic. International Student Services. Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Global Engagement and Study Abroad. Contact Phone: 425.649.1618. Contact Email: Emily.Schifferling@edcc.edu. Wednesday, December 11, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Snohomish Hall #301. For more info visit employees.edcc.edu.

Service Learning: Campus Community Farm Workparty

"Have you checked out EdCC's very own Campus Community Farm? Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more. Learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues. Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system. All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. The farm's location can be found on the campus map here." It is number 3 on the map. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Dept. of Anthropology, CSEL, EdCC Campus Green Fund, EdCC Green Team. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: michelle.brewer@email.edcc.edu. Wednesday, December 11, 2019, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM. Campus Community Farm (On campus).

Service-Learning Opportunity - Urban Wildlife Monitoring

Become a Citizen Scientist! You can help balance human and wildlife needs by tracking and photographing animals in Mukilteo and Woodinville. The objective is to document several animal species for local agencies interested in wildlife activities. Guided by field technician Grace, you will learn to use traditional ecological knowledge to recognize track and sign of animals in urban environments, as well as set motion-sensitive camera traps to photograph these animals.This information will help City of Mukilteo, Snohomish County Airport, and Snohomish County Public Works Environmental Services to better understand how urban wildlife utilize the monitored areas. **It is important that students signing up for this event dress accordingly, most importantly wearing waterproof footwear. This is important to ensure all participants have a safe and comfortable day. We will meet by the van at the northwest corner of Meadowdale Hall. Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: EdCC Anthropology Dept. Center for Service-Learning. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: grace.coale@email.edcc.edu. Friday, December 13, 2019, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Transportation will be provided to and from EdCC to the service location. We will meet by the van at the northwest corner of Meadowdale Hall.".

Service Learning: Campus Community Farm Workparty

"Have you checked out EdCC's very own Campus Community Farm? Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more. Learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues. Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system. All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. The farm's location can be found on the campus map here.". Type of Event: Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Dept. of Anthropology, CSEL, EdCC Campus Green Fund, EdCC Green Team. Contact Phone: 425-640-1882. Contact Email: michelle.brewer@email.edcc.edu. Friday, December 13, 2019, 11:30 AM – 3:30 PM. Campus Community Farm Edmonds Community College 20000 68th Ave W (On campus). For more info visit www.edcc.edu.

Info Session for Global Engagement Grant and Mini-grants

Learn about global engagement opportunities available to all staff and faculty, and criteria for acceptance. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP  Email Emily.Schifferling@edcc.edu if those times do not fit your schedule. Global Engagement grants can be used to for, and are not limited to: *...traveling to research faculty-led, short-term program opportunities *...taking students to attend talks/conferences/events supporting global competence in curriculum *...Faculty-exchange teaching or research abroad *...Attending workshops and conferences abroad or regarding cross-cultural competency/globally-related subjects in your field *...projects that directly impact campus globalization efforts. Type of Event: Academic. International Student Services. Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Global Engagement and Study Abroad. Contact Phone: 425.649.1618. Contact Email: Emily.Schifferling@edcc.edu. Wednesday, December 25, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Snohomish Hall #301. For more info visit employees.edcc.edu.

Info Session for Global Engagement Grant and Mini-grants

Learn about global engagement opportunities available to all staff and faculty, and criteria for acceptance. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP  Email Emily.Schifferling@edcc.edu if those times do not fit your schedule. Global Engagement grants can be used to for, and are not limited to: *...traveling to research faculty-led, short-term program opportunities *...taking students to attend talks/conferences/events supporting global competence in curriculum *...Faculty-exchange teaching or research abroad *...Attending workshops and conferences abroad or regarding cross-cultural competency/globally-related subjects in your field *...projects that directly impact campus globalization efforts. Type of Event: Academic. International Student Services. Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Global Engagement and Study Abroad. Contact Phone: 425.649.1618. Contact Email: Emily.Schifferling@edcc.edu. Wednesday, January 8, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Snohomish Hall #301. For more info visit employees.edcc.edu.

Info Session for Global Engagement Grant and Mini-grants

Learn about global engagement opportunities available to all staff and faculty, and criteria for acceptance. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP  Email Emily.Schifferling@edcc.edu if those times do not fit your schedule. Global Engagement grants can be used to for, and are not limited to: *...traveling to research faculty-led, short-term program opportunities *...taking students to attend talks/conferences/events supporting global competence in curriculum *...Faculty-exchange teaching or research abroad *...Attending workshops and conferences abroad or regarding cross-cultural competency/globally-related subjects in your field *...projects that directly impact campus globalization efforts. Type of Event: Academic. International Student Services. Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Global Engagement and Study Abroad. Contact Phone: 425.649.1618. Contact Email: Emily.Schifferling@edcc.edu. Wednesday, January 22, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Snohomish Hall #301. For more info visit employees.edcc.edu.

Info Session for Global Engagement Grant and Mini-grants

Learn about global engagement opportunities available to all staff and faculty, and criteria for acceptance. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP  Email Emily.Schifferling@edcc.edu if those times do not fit your schedule. Global Engagement grants can be used to for, and are not limited to: *...traveling to research faculty-led, short-term program opportunities *...taking students to attend talks/conferences/events supporting global competence in curriculum *...Faculty-exchange teaching or research abroad *...Attending workshops and conferences abroad or regarding cross-cultural competency/globally-related subjects in your field *...projects that directly impact campus globalization efforts. Type of Event: Academic. International Student Services. Service-Learning. Sponsored by: Global Engagement and Study Abroad. Contact Phone: 425.649.1618. Contact Email: Emily.Schifferling@edcc.edu. Wednesday, February 5, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Snohomish Hall #301. For more info visit employees.edcc.edu.