Project Serve: The Return
More than 170 students from 16 teams will return to Pepperdine on March 9. We cannot wait to hear about the work accomplished and the significant ways in which each student grew and changed. Once again we will be holding a Project Serve Photo Contest.
Project Serve 2015 Photo and Team Video Contest
For the second year in a row, the PVC will have the Project Serve Photo Contest. All Project Serve Participants are invited to enter. The rules are as follows:
Up to 5 photos may be submitted per individual.
Photos must be submitted by Monday, March 16 by dropping them into the Google Drive folder emailed to participants. Filenames should include Particpant's name, team name, and number (1 to 5) of photo.
Photos will be judged on the following criteria:
- Composition and Quality: layout, creativity, and overall quality of the shot; and
- Content: photos should show Pepperdine students engaged in service, represent partner organization and work being done, and exemplify Project Serve as a whole.
Winners will be announced and posted on March 20, 2015. Questions should be sent to Justin Schneider.
In addition, we will be having the first Team Video Contest. You can submit as many videos from each team as you would like. The winning video will result in $100 toward your team reunion meeting.
Project Serve 2014 Photo Contest
Below are the winners from 2014.
Haley Roberson - Mission at Natuvu Creek Team - Vanua Levu, Fiji
Haley Roberson assisting in surgery at Tooma's Clinic
Jared Price - Outreach360 DR Ed Team - Monte Cristi, Dominican Republic
Keanu Newman teaching at Outreach360's Dominican Republic location
Tina Jing - DOOR Network Team - Chicago, Illinois
Jessi Reed playing games with one of DOOR Network's Chicago partners
Looking forward to Project Serve 2015
We already can't wait for Project Serve 2015. If you are interested in being a Team Leader, please email Justin Schneider. Applications will be available beginning September 6. Let us challenge all of our 2014 participants to continue giving back locally.