Module 1, Lecture 3. PAF 101. “ By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail. ” Ben Franklin. Class Agenda. Announcements Introduce TA ’ s Community Service Module 1 Advice Skills WIN! Where policy can be found Assignment for next class. Listen for Helpful Hints
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“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” Ben Franklin
You can visit any TA’s office hours, but you can only email your TA regarding your module paper.
You cannot email your TA less than 24 hours before a module is due.Meet your TA’s
Fall 2014 Community Service Director: Erica Richmond
*Erica Richmond is the only person allowed to approve sites
NOTE: Students do not GAIN 35 points from fulfilling the 5 hour requirement, they can only LOSE up to 35 points on Module 5.
*** 5 Hour Community Service Form Due***
***ALL FORMS CAN BE FOUND ON THE PAF 101 WEBSITE UNDER COMMUNITY SERVICE TAB***
Wilson Park Community Center
Semester-long opportunities to volunteer
Meets 5 times throughout the semester
Begins 09/23 in Maxwell Auditorium (5:00-6:20PM)
Students complete 35 hours of public service, 2 short papers and journals
Opportunity to continue on in programs in the community
High School for Leadership Spring Internship in NYC
Open to Juniors and Seniors
Student must have taken PAF 101 and received at least a “B” or better
Live in Brooklyn Heights
Earn 15 PAF credits (9 of which can count toward the major)
Student- run programs for Syracuse City elementary and middle school youth
Brief Overview of Module Papers
Below are correct examples, however DO NOT use these in your module
Remember that if you are using direct quotes you must include the page number of the text as well.
McMellen, M. (2005). Closing the achievement gap.
Retrieved September 2, 2005, from
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