Students will engage in a minimum of 20 hours of planned service activities researching and creating neuroscience educational activities aligned with the needs of local community after-school camps. Students will be partnering with the Durham Children's Initiative (edci.org) and the Downtown Durham YMCA (ymcatriangle.org). The service experience is integrally related to understanding the cognitive developmental stage in the design of educational activities about neuroscience when targeting specific ages and grade levels. The coursework will involve critical reflection on the educational experience and community relationship of both the audience (camp kids), facilitators (camp counselors), and creators (enrolled students). Students will explore communities, collect information on needs and requests, and design an educational curriculum in partnership. Students will examine ethical and civic dimensions of the service experience through reflection and self-assessment, discussion and learning from partners, analysis of readings and other resources. Throughout the service experience, students will adopt culturally sensitive practices and explore ways to make the educational activities maximally accessible.