For our LAS protocol, we have to volunteer in one community service activity. We went on a trip to Detroit, LAS in the D, and volunteered at different places throughout Detroit. This part of the protocol of relates to the leadership theory of Servant Leadership. When we were at LAS in the D, I really learned the importance of volunteering, no matter the amount, to help create something able be apart of something bigger than myself. I think servant leadership is often overlook, because before the Detroit trip, I knew that volunteering was important, but I really didn’t know how much of an impact a little bit of volunteering could have. After the trip, I realized how much a actually love to volunteer. It really leaves a good feeling in your heart after you get done helping out with a project or with anything, and not getting something in return. Servant leadership is a vital part of life, because when thinking about it, animal shelters or homeless shelters would not function without active volunteer. I’m glad the LAS protocol requires some sort of volunteer work and that I got to experience the amazing opportunity at LAS in the D. It taught me an important part of life that I would have otherwise not learned so early on in my life.