1. Describe a person you've encountered in the community who made a strong impression on you, positive or negative. Although we didn’t get to meet a lot of persons who belonged to this community we went to, there was this kid, who watched intently while we were painting her school. She was really engrossed in watching us. And she had a big smile on her face while we were painting. It made a positive impression on me because it inspired me to finish our work in painting their school knowing that there’s a child that would be really happy in seeing our work finished. 2. Has the experience affected you worldview? How?
It has affected my worldview by making me realize that there are a lot of things to be happy and thankful about. It also made me realize how lucky we are because we have a beautiful university which is conducive for learning. 3. What did you do that seemed to be effective or ineffective in the community? I helped in repainting their school walls. Even though it was a simple task, it made me feel happy to be able to help in their community. It was a very fulfilling experience knowing that you had done something for other people. 4. What are the most difficult or satisfying parts of your work? I would say that the most difficult part of my work was when the sun was up and really hot and we still had to paint under the heat, and also, staying too long on a crouched position while painting made our legs numb. On the other hand, it was satisfying seeing our finished work because it shows that we made it together as a team, and we finished it for the sake of the children who go to school there. 5. How are your values expressed in your community work?
My values were expressed by me realizing that what I’m doing is for the betterment of their community. I have always believed that everyone deserves a nice place to study in, so by helping in the painting of the school, it made my belief stronger. 6. If you could do the project again, what...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document