Devils in Disguise - Tempe Student/Student Organization Interest Form
When: Information Sessions TBD (February); Training Dates TBD (February/March) and Event Date: Saturday, April 7, 2018

What: Devils in Disguise is ASU's largest student-run day of service organized by Changemaker Central @ ASU. It is an ASU tradition for Sun Devils to go out in the community and volunteer at various nonprofit sites throughout the valley. Join 2,000 other Sun Devils in making a difference in the community on this Saturday morning. Sign up to host one of the nonprofit sites!

Service projects are all different and focus around various social and environmental justice issues that are occurring in our communities. In the past we have participated in projects ranging from trail restoration, organization of donation centers, building projects, and landscaping. This one day service project is an easy way to learn more about the amazing people and organizations in the community who are working to combat social and environmental issues.

Why: ASU is committed to service, dedicated to research and learning that addresses social problems and are deeply engaged in the community—enabling us to be a part of the solution we want to see in the world. A student who gives back to their ASU campus, in the surrounding community or within their field of study and encourages others to serve is living the Sun Devil Way.

How: Hosting a site requires a student/group/organization to identify two student leaders to be the site hosts. The site hosts are required (both) to attend a information session, training and any additional meetings to ensure the success of Devils in Disguise. Once you have completed the necessary training you will be paired with a confirmed non profit site.

Site Leaders are students who are responsible for a group of 25-100 of their peers on the day of the event. Site Leaders guide students to and from the site location, manage contact with Changemaker, site location, and bus driver, and lead reflection after service. Site leaders are also asked to assist in marketing/outreach of event such a tabling, kick off party, social media, etc.

Who: The world is more complex and interconnected than it has ever been. Hunger, homelessness, global warming, education inequality, extremism; not one of these challenges will be solved by a single government, nonprofit or corporation. These challenges will be solved by character-driven leaders armed with a social mission and the leadership skills to bring diverse groups together towards a common goal.

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