in October 2011, Adam Davis, Director of The Center for Civic Reflection, offered a civic reflection facilitation training to a dozen students from Valparaiso University (Christ College), preparing them to become interfaith service leaders on campus. In their evaluations, participants commented that the training pushed them in their personal and professional reflective practices and strengthened their passion for interfaith and cross-cultural activities.Edit Back to News & Events
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Before civic reflection, I was a ball of anxiety… I felt weird in social situations and felt a degree of despair because I thought I’d never get the chance to really share experiences with groups of people and got to a point where I almost believed my thoughts & feelings did not matter. So, really, this workshop & all sessions we have had with civic reflection made me realize my own potential with communication."
--May 2012 Open-Call Training Participant
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