National Business Case Competition
Planning and executing community service projects is one of the primary ways our Leaders of Tomorrow put what they are learning into action, by solving challenges right where they live today. Through the Global Community Service Project, students nationally decide to tackle a country-wide problem, and then design and implement a plan to address it locally. In this way, the Leaders work locally and still have a collective national impact.
Past global community service projects have helped prepare elementary school children for success in later grades and provided toiletries and other necessities for the homeless.
April 2013: Atlanta Chapter’s Global Community Service project culminated at Morehouse College in the donation of personal care packages in a donated shoebox on Mother’s Day.
May 2013: Westchester/Greater CT students donated approximately $300 worth of toiletries, diabetes meter pricks, wallets and pill boxes to the Shelter for the Homeless.
May 2013: As part of their Global Community Service Project, St. Louis Chapter students donated ten boxes of toiletries to an emergency housing organization for women.
May 2013: Washington DC LOT students volunteer to assist Food and Friends with sorting food for the needy.
May 2013: Hartford Chapter students donated clothes and read to homeless children as part of their Global Community Service Project.
May 2013: The New Jersey Chapter LOT supported their Global Community Service project by “Skating For a Cause.”