Saturday January 6th, we saw the University of Washington- Bothell LLI group join the advisors and LETI LLI team members to understand more about the program expectations and do team building exercises. See the attached agenda of this event that took place on Zoom.
Dana Washington, Community-Engaged Learning Program Manager at the University of Washington- Bothell started out the session with an icebreaker. Students and advisors were able to learn more about each other through a series of questions including if they prefer morning or night as well as if they would rather eat at home or at a restaurant.
Eduardo Torres, Assistant Director, Center for Student Engagement & Leadership and Center for Student Cultural Diversity & Inclusion at Edmonds College went over the expectations of the program. Students heard all of the in person dates, plans for their meetings at their own schools, as well as their group project and presentation.
Beth Wangen, 4-H Volunteer Development Coordinator, WSU Extension, led a team building activity. She shared the importance of creating a contract between group members so everyone understands their role and how this will tie into the group project. Students also answered a series of questions to see if they identify more as someone who takes charge in a group or is able to listen and make sure everyone has a voice.
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