Service-learning is a method of learning which integrates service opportunities, critical reflective thinking, and partnerships with nonprofit, government, or educational organizations into academic coursework. This hands-on teaching method helps students achieve course learning outcomes while also meeting community-identified needs. Service-learning helps to make course content relevant and directly applicable to the real world. Join us for this amazing high-impact practice and engage your learning!
"I think there is no higher calling in terms of a career than public service, which is a chance to make a difference is people's lives and improve the world" . Jack Lew
"I think there is no higher calling in terms of a career thank public service, which is a chance to make a difference in people's lives and improve the world". Jack Lew
The service-learning program is here to support your community-based work in any way that we can. The program supports faculty who want to designate their classes with service-learning, helps students and faculty form community partnerships, and supports critical reflection. The goal is to engage students in high-impact curriculum in exciting ways. We also offer a number of professional development and networking opportunities for faculty but also partner with the Thayne Center for Service & Learning to coordinate student opportunities as well. Contact Matt Elnour at 801-957-4694 for more information