With just about 2 weeks until the Service University, class space is filling fast! The current list of topics that you can look forward to include the following:Applying your Mundane Work Skills to Service in the SCA Service Options for Those Who Are Disabled Being an Officer with Medieval Style The “Social”: The non-activity as an activity Groups and Websites: HTML, Wikis, CMSes, and more… Group Websites and Social Media: Why you Need Both How to Teach Fencing Growth and Talent Scouting Random Dishrag Bardic, or how to make hard things fun Working with Children How to Make Events Family Friendly Voice Heraldry The Basics of Retaining Meal Plans for Large and Small Groups Accounting Theory for Exchequers Roundtable Discussion on Feast Prep Roundtable Discussion on Peer/Student Relationships Roundtable Discussion on How to Use your Art as Service How to recruit SCA non-members in a rapidly changing world Roundtable discussion on Building Community Within Officer Corps As well as a meet and greet with the new East Kingdom Seneschal
Interested in teaching something not on the list? Please contact Isabelle at email@example.com
The event listing is now available for this event! Please see the listing on the East Kingdom website for full details, and remember that we are still seeking teachers and class ideas for this event!
We are currently seeking teachers for the upcoming Service University being sponsored by the EKU. This event will be dedicated to presenting classes about the things that make our society and kingdom function. Potential topics include classes on essential jobs at all levels of the SCA, from local group officers and event staff, to kingdom offices and beyond. Classes on leadership, mentoring, and teaching in the SCA are also welcome topics. If it is an activity that can be seen as providing a Service to the kingdom or those around you, we are interested in hosting a class, panel, or roundtable discussion about the topic. Please contact Isabelle at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in teaching or have a class suggestion.
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