Pfeiffer University Campus

Pfeiffer University News

Pfeiffer students to present workshops during N.C. Campus Compact Conference

Six Pfeiffer students were chosen to present workshops at the 2010 North Carolina Campus Compact Conference to be held on Saturday, Nov. 6FSLT_students_-_web in Charlotte. This year, Pfeiffer was selected to present more conference workshops than any other college or university in North Carolina.

Students William Wright, Jenny Hicks, Emily Couch, Caitie Smith, Steven Jordan, and Beth Kauffman submitted three proposals that were selected from a pool of submissions from 45 other institutions in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.

William Wright and Jenny Hicks will present, “Expand Your Horizons: Integrating Experiential Leadership Development Into Service Projects and Reflections.” Emily Couch and Caitie Smith will showcase, “Helping Children in Poverty: The Pfeiffer University Angel Tree Celebration.” Steven Jordan and Beth Kauffman will present on the topic, “Say Cheese! Click, Click: Using Photography and Social Media To Market and Promote Your Service Experience.

“Will, Jenny, Emily, Caitie, Beth, and Steven truly embody the university mission of servant leadership,” said Jonathan Rowe, director of Francis Center Service Scholar Programs. “This is a wonderful opportunity for them to showcase their talents and abilities statewide.”

The student presenters are all part of the 2010-2011 Francis Center Student Leadership Team (FSLT).
Campus Compact is a national coalition of more than 1,100 college and university presidents - representing approximately six million students who are dedicated to promoting community service, civic engagement, and service-learning in higher education. Pfeiffer University is one of 45 member institutions of the N.C. Campus Compact affiliate.




Picture (l-r): First Row: Caitie Smith, Jenny Hicks, Emily Couch, and Beth Kauffman
Second Row: Steven Jordan and William Wright


Share this on your favorite sites: