Integrating Service Learning and Multicultural Education in Colleges and Universities

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mitment to the common good, to more effective use of my skills and talents, and to richer connections with others. My intention is to stay open to both the pains and joys in the world and to be willing to consider new possibilities and directions as I seek the best path to walk. Ultimately, I am hopeful that my life's journey will reveal the truth of these final words, "to find our calling is to find the intersection between our own deep gladness and the world's deep hunger" ( Frederick Buechner, as cited in Macy & Brown, 1998, p. 169).


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