Each year AISA offers several awards to promote and encourage a culture of service-learning within the AISA school community. These awards are open to all AISA full member schools.
This award is for a student service leader(s) who is able to demonstrate a commitment to their community and how he/she has used learning, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills to address an expressed community need.
This award is for a service-learning project that may be run by an individual student or group of students whose project has a direct benefit to a community, as opposed to specific people or an individual. The project may address environmental issues, construct infrastructure that will benefit a community, involve the restoration of community space or assets, or respond to a direct need in a community (e.g. food, clothing, or book distribution). There are many types of projects that may fall into this category, so let your imagination run wild.
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