The MAC Hosts MLK Collegiate Challenge

Bertha Thomas, assistant dean of multicultural affairs, recently received a grant from Missouri Campus Compact for a Martin Luther King Day service activity.  

The grant will fund the “MLK Collegiate Challenge,” which brings together a diverse student pool and divides them into groups to work on service projects in the Kirksville community.  Students who participate fully in this event can receive service-learning credit on their co-curricular record through the Service-Learning Advantage Program.

Students and organizations interested in the “MLK Collegiate Challenge” or other Martin Luther King Day activities may contact the Multicultural Affairs Center (MAC) at 785.4142.

Application for this grant was aided by The Center for Teaching and Learning and the VISTA Member for Service-Learning, who has assisted with seven successful grant applications for service-learning at Truman in the past year.

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