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Groups

  • University Leadership Network

  • The University of Texas at Austin

  • UT Communication Career Services

  • ULN '20

  • School of Undergraduate Studies (UGS)

  • Impacts

    Oct 2016 work day

    I was so excited to attend the service day the the community garden because I got to work with the compost, and learn more about how to take care of it, how to water it and what kind of materials are included to make a good compost. Besides working with the compost, I also helped moving away the old tree branches into a pile far from the garden. Overall I enjoyed being there and learning new stuff, like working with the compost.

    Gave 3.00 hours on 10/08/2016 with 63360, School of Undergraduate Studies (UGS), The University of Texas at Austin, UGS 303: Race in the Age of Obama (Fall 2015), UGS 303: Race in the Age of Obama (Fall 2016), ULN '20, University Leadership Network, UT Communication Career Services
    2016 Urban orchard watering

    Was a really good experience, in which I involved myself in multiple tasks that I usually don't. I liked to help our community and most of all our environment.

    Gave 6.00 hours on 09/11/2016 with The University of Texas at Austin, UGS 303: Race in the Age of Obama (Fall 2015), ULN '20, University Leadership Network, UT Communication Career Services
    Sept 2016 work day

    My experience at the Gardens at Gus Garcia Community Garden was great.! I had a great time, and enjoyed being there, helping out, a lot.
    Taking out grass and cleaning the garden was therapeutic and helped me release all of the stress that I had from the past days. I had done community service before, but I had never felt so fulfilled like I did on Saturday, and i'm really looking forward to keep working on cleaning the gardens and helping out our community.

    Gave 3.00 hours on 09/10/2016 with The University of Texas at Austin, UGS 303: Race in the Age of Obama (Fall 2015), University Leadership Network, UT Communication Career Services, ULN '20