What is it?
Service-learning, or community engagement, integrates learning and community service. As part of a class or co-curricular project, service-learning uses instruction and reflection to enrich learning, to encourage civic responsibility and to strengthen out community.
Why do it?
|–||Serve the community|
|–||Apply course content to community-based activities|
|–||Experience learning in real world contexts|
|–||Get Credit for your volunteer work|
Who does it?
Students in all disciplines are encouraged to participate in volunteer work and community engagement. Some Kentucky Wesleyan College programs offer specific service-learning or community engagement activities -Art, Education, Criminal Justice, Human Services Administration, Psychology-but you can explore it through other classes or curricular activities (like Sophomore Experience or fraternities and sororities).
How can I do it?
Talk to your professor or advisor or sponsor
Talk to CETL (Center for Engaged Teaching and Learning)
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