Mahogany Bradshaw is our July 2019 Volunteer of the Month. Continue reading to learn more about Mahogany’s volunteer journey.
My name is Mahogany Bradshaw and I am currently a junior at Wayne State University, pursuing a degree in Mortuary Science.
It gives me great pleasure to be involved in enriching children’s knowledge of science, and I am so honored to be July’s Volunteer of the Month. I have vast experience volunteering with children of all ages. Since 2013, I have volunteered at summer camps, teaching children science, math, and reading lessons to keep them learning during their break from school. When presented with a community service project requirement for the Honors College, I chose to volunteer at the Science Center because of my passion for helping children to learn about topics in the STEM field.
During my time at the Science Center, I have volunteered in Kids Town, which I greatly enjoy due to being able to watch children interact with each other while learning about various topics in science. I have witnessed that even the youngest minds can be intrigued by topics such as the brain, robots, and space. It gives me joy to be a part of a youth learning experience that is so impactful.