Learning Outcomes

The 9/11 Day of Service will enrich the overall Mason student experience by enhancing student well-being and strengthening relationships with local community organizations through these measurable outcomes:
  • ¬†INCREASE opportunities for student-faculty/staff interaction outside of the classroom by participating in civic engagement¬†together; faculty, staff, and members and students will work and learn side by side on all of the projects
  • OFFER substantial opportunity for reflection and contemplation on September 11, a day of tremendous significance for millions of people, including first responders, service members and their families
  • GIVE residential, traditional-aged, off-campus, and non-traditional students all equal opportunity to connect with one another while conducting service together
  • PARTNER WITH Volunteer Fairfax, Volunteer Arlington, Volunteer Alexandria, and Women Giving Back, and identify upcoming opportunities for continued community service with those organizations and others, including projects that already exist on campus and learning more about how to participate
  • INCENTIVIZE campus units/departments to collaborate toward a unified goal of giving back to the community as part of the National Day of Service