Mu Eta Sigma National Math Honor Society
Sheri Gervais, B.S.I.E., M.Ed.
Susan Hare, B.B.A.
Members are encouraged to use their talents in any way that God is leading them.
We suggest that the student initially consider using their math skills to help others, possibly in tutoring younger students in their community, in Boys and Girls Clubs, Church settings, or Co-ops. However, students are not limited to math related community service activities. Any service to your community or others is accepted.
Below are some ideas to help you get started, however, you are not limited to these. We would love to hear from you if you have some great ideas for community service and we’ll post them to this page to share with others.
Completed your hours of service for the year?
Once you have completed your 10 hours of community service, you will need to send us your community service information using the on-line form below. All 10 hours of community service do not need to be sent in at once.
Math mentoring in after school programs or local homeschool co-ops
Math mentoring with the Boys and Girls Clubs
Math mentoring in summer school programs
Serve in the local food bank or clothing distribution
Serve in holiday meal distribution for the community
Outside your community:
Operation Gratitude for our troops – letter writing, organizing fund raisers or collection drives (http://www.opgratitude.com/howtohelp.php?page=individual)
Soldiers Angels – multiple ways to serve our troops. http://soldiersangels.org/
Have a great community service idea to share with members of MHS?
Contact us here: MHS@mathhonorsociety.com