Instructions: Please complete this report during your officer meeting with at least 2 officers. This is to ensure that all officers can contribute to this report, and give us comprehensive feedback. You can also complete this in a general body meeting with your officers and members to solicit more feedback.
Select report/survey * 2018 End of Year Report 2017 Student Group Mid-Year Report Student initiative name * Advocates for Baltimore Community Health (ABC) Alpha Phi Omega (APO) Alternative Learning Coaches (ALC) Alzheimer's Foundation of America at JHU American Red Cross (ARC) Art Brigade Aspiring Scientists, Engineers, and Physicians Partnerships (ASEPP) Baltimore Robotics Institute (BRI) Believe in Art Best Buddies Boot Up Baltimore Breaking Chains Camp Kesem JHU Campus Kitchen at JHU Charm City Science League (CCSL) Colleges Against Cancer/Relay for Life (CSC/RFL) Community School Initiative (CSI) Cooking 4 Love Creating Responsibility in Adolescent Sexual Health (CRASH) Crossover Basketball Encore Music Program Food as Medicine Girl Scouts Habitat for Humanity Health Leads (HL) Hop Help Tutoring (Hop Help) Hopkins AIDS Alliance Hopkins Association for Stroke Awareness (HASA) Hopkins for the Elderly Hopkins Debate Tutorial Hopkins for the Homeless (HFTH) Hopkins Undergraduates for Harm Reduction Jail Tutorial Project (Jail Tutorial) JHU Circle K (Circle K) JHU Soccer Kids JHU Splash Johns Hopkins LEAD Program (LEAD) Kidney Disease Screening and Prevention Program (KDSAP) Maryland School for the Blind Outreach (MSB Outreach) Medical Interpretation and Translation Initiative (MINTI) Musicare Music Mentors (formerly Play it Forward) Pet and Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) Play it Forward Project Prevent Ready, Set, Design! (RSD) Real Food Hopkins (RFH) Refugee Action Project (RAP) Remington Outreach Salud Supporting Hospitals Abroad with Resources and Equipment (SHARE) Students United with America's Toothfairy (SUAT) The Alliance for Clean Water (ACWA) The Visionaries Thread Tutorial Project United Against Inequity in Disease (UAID) United Innoworks Academy (Innoworks) United Muslim Relief Writers in Baltimore Schools YO! Baltimore Tutoring Project Youth Library Tutorial Other If "other", what is your student initiative affiliation? * How many board members/executive members does your student initiative have? * How many general body/active members does your student initiative have? (An estimate is fine.) * How many hours have members completed THIS SEMESTER, collectively, to support your student initiative and your community? (This includes direct service, educational events, coordinating with other groups on campus, meetings, etc. An estimate is fine. If your initiative has been using Track it Forward, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org and the CSC can identify this information for you.). * Describe your volunteer activities this semester. Please include how often you went, where you volunteered, and what you did. * Please list your community partners(s). * Describe your current relationship with your community partner(s) and indicate if you have any comments or concerns for the upcoming semester. * Do you have any potential new community partner(s) for next semester? * Yes No If "yes", list the community partner(s) name(s) and point of contact name, title, email, phone, and/or any other information that may be helpful. * What other activities have you participated in/organized besides direct service? * What are you most proud of your organization accomplishing this semester? * The CSC staff and group management interns are here to support you. Do you have any concerns about your group or what you have planned for the rest of the year? * Logging Service Hours Have you and your group members been logging hours in Track it Forward? * Yes No Unsure If "yes", has Track it Forward been easy to use? * Yes No If "no", please explain the challenges you've faced using Track it Forward and if you have any suggestions on how your experience could be better. * Van Rentals
The CSC is seeking feedback on the Hop/CSC Van rental program. Your feedback will be used to improve this program.
Our van rental experience has been: * Positive/meets our expectations Negative/did not meet our expectations Mixed (positive and negative) Not applicable; never rent vans If van rental experience is negative/did not meet our expectations, please check all that apply. * If "other", please explain. * Describe your student initiative's experience with the van rental program. Please highlight the following: 1) positive aspect of the program (what works well?), 2) challenges you have experienced (what has not work as well?), 3) possible areas of improvement (what could improve your experience?). Examples: van rental website is easy to use or I had trouble making changes to my reservation, etc. *