|Course||BADM 1002: BADM 1002 24 First Year Development -|
BADM 1002 Section 24 (Spring 2019Traditional)
|Causes||Arts & Culture Civic Engagement Community Economic Development Education Food Insecurity, Hunger General Service Non-Profit Business Services Nutrition Older Adults Professional Development Research STEM Social Justice|
18 People | 23 Impacts | 61 Hours
The last session that I attended was the Last Call. It was very aspiring to see so young entrepreneur go about their passion and it made me assess the things that I am passionate about. It was very informative session since there were so many things that they talked about in coming about their business.
1. The showcase presentation that I thought was most impactful was the presentation about Martha’s Table. They believe that every child deserves the opportunity for a bright future and to be engaged within their community. For years now Martha’s Table has worked to support children, strong families, and making sure the community has access to education programs, healthy foods, support services, etc.
2. Out of the six sessions, I attended the “Last Call” one. I found this session to be very inspiring. I learned a lot more about food waste and the lack of food resources most people don’t have access to. It also made me realize how much food is being wasted by others, not even thinking about those that have food insecurity.
As for the sessions, I attended the last call. It was interesting to see what our waste food is going to when some cant even maintain enough food to have waste.
I attended the last call session. It was extremely concerning to learn about how much food goes to waste meanwhile there is a huge wealth disparity and population of people in need of food daily, throughout DC
2) I attended the 'Last Call' session which was about food wastage. I think this was very impactful as wastage of food is very huge problem nowadays. The population of people who have to sleep without eating is rising and there is so much food not used.
I attended the "last call session". I thought it was extremely interesting because I didn't realise the amount of food that goes to waste. Furthermore, so many people, especially at college throw away half of their food and they don't even begin to think of the amount of food insecurity that exists in the world. Im glad I attended this session as it really opened my mind about the issue.
Something that he mentioned he and his group particularly focused on (maintaining eye contact) is something that I have often realized is important for service. You show those you are serving that you care, that you will dignify them enough simply to look into their eyes. This was impactful to me because I have always maintained the important of empathy in service.
I attended the "Last Call" session. It is an important initiative as food waste is a very prevalent, and often forgotten about. But when I see people throw away half of their sandwiches, it really upsets me, because so many people have food insecurity.
2) I attended the Last Call session. I found this presentation incredibly impactful because I am very passionate about helping to eliminate excessive food waste in my own life and on a institutional level and I am so glad to see someone making such innovative changes to help curb this issue.
I attended the Last Call/Community Engagement Consulting session. I found these presentations to be very inspiring and interesting. Specifically, I had no idea how much food waste accumulates within the service industry every year. I also found the community engagement aspect of consulting to be very interesting.