Co-Curricular Service-Learning

Co-curricular Service is performed by student clubs or organizations. Service opportunities are thoughtfully planned, meet identified community needs, and allow structured time for reflection.

Benefits

Resources 

Report form

 

Benefits of Co-curricular Service for Student Clubs and Organizations:
  • Builds unity among club or organization members.
  • Fosters development of leadership and interpersonal skills among members.
  • Broadens perspectives and understanding of diverse cultures and lifestyles within the community.
  • Enhances member recruitment and retention.
  • Broadens community awareness of the club or organization.
  • Allows for sharing specific or specialized skills of club members.

 

Resources

Resources from the Center for Service-Learning are available to help you identify and facilitate appropriate service projects. Below are steps you can take to ensure your club meets its service requirements.

  • Choose the type of service project your club would like to perform: community service or Service-Learning.
  • Identify a subject or population with which your club would like to work.
  • Work with the Coordinator of Experiential Learning and Student Organizations to select a meaningful project that meets the needs of the community as well s the goals of your club.
  • When you decide on your project, submit a Club Service Planning Form to the Student Life Office (A118). Make a copy of the form for your club records!

 

Club Service Report

For more information about the service-learning requirement for clubs, contact:
Center for Service-Learning
Student Life Office, A118
410- 386-8500

 

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