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Unformatted text preview: Organizational Behavior 321 - Volunteer Service Learning Projects September 2011 OVERVIEW AND INSTRUCTIONS We are committed to making your service learning experience meaningful and successful. Review the projects listed below. Choose your group’s top two choices and contact me to sign up. You may call or send an email. I will get back to you quickly to set up a time to meet to get your project underway. Mission: Community Action Services and Food Bank is dedicated to fostering self-reliance in individuals, families and communities since 1967. We are a private, non-profit charity that works with more than 8,000 low and moderate-income families annually including low wage workers, the elderly, disabled and others. We operate six programs serving Utah, Wasatch and Summit Counties including the Community Action Food Bank (the 2 nd largest food bank in Utah.) A = High priority B = Mid-level priority Project Description Level of Importance 1. Food Bank Volunteer Experience - PROBLEM: We wish to improve the experience of our volunteers that come to work in the food bank during the weekday. that come to work in the food bank during the weekday....
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2011 for the course OB 321 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at BYU.
- Fall '08