Assessment

Deliberative Reflection

University Learning Outcome: The Creighton graduate will demonstrate deliberative reflection for personal and professional formation.

Creighton Center for Service and Justice (CCSJ) Goal : As part of the CCSJ Fall and Spring Break Service and Justice Trips, student participant and coordinators will demonstrate meaningful participation in reflection during their three preparation General Meetings, on four to eight nights during their trip, and at the reunion.

Objective: After their CCSJ Service and Justice Trip, each student participant or coordinator will identify one reflection method he/she participated in on his/her trip on his/her written evaluation.

Solidarity and Diversity

University Learning Outcome: Students will work across race, ethnicity, culture, gender, religion and sexual orientation.

CCSJ Goal : As part of the CCSJ Service and Justice Trips, student participants and coordinators will listen to stories from and work alongside persons who suffer injustice and marginalization (especially with those priority groups identified by the US Jesuits: forced migrants (refugees, migrant workers, undocumented immigrants), inner city populations (racial minorities, elderly, homeless, persistently poor), indigenous peoples, and the globally destitute (more than 800 million people who go to bed hungry each night).

Objective: After a CCSJ Service and Justice Trip, student participants and coordinators will identify one relationship with someone who they consider different from them (culturally or socio-economically).

Ignatian Values

University Learning Outcome: Ignatian values to include but not limited to a commitment to an exploration of faith and the promotion of justice.

CCSJ Goal: After completing a CCSJ Service and Justice Trip, students will embrace and show evidence of the call to ‘be a whole person of solidarity for the real world.’

Objectives:
1. After completing a CCSJ Service and Justice Trip, each group will identify one advocacy step they can take to remedy a social injustice they learned about on their trip.
2. After completing a CCSJ Service and Justice Trip, participants and coordinators will show solidarity and an on-going commitment to their community by indicating a desire to do more service during their undergraduate college experience. If students are on campus more than one semester after their trips, they will show an increase or deepening in their involvement in community service.
3. After completing a CCSJ Service and Justice Trip, participants and coordinators will continue to discern their life’s vocation (e.g. career choice or academic studies) in light of the needs of the world.
4. After completing a CCSJ Service and Justice Trip, participants and coordinators will show solidarity and an on-going commitment to their community by thinking and acting on behalf of social justice concerns.

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