The Service-Learning Program provides several professional development and grant opportunities to faculty and staff to support service-learning and civic engagement.
- SL Workshops and brownbags for faculty are offered monthly at the Center for Teaching and Learning.
- SL Faculty Fellows Seminar This Institute is designed for faculty who have taught a SL class and who want to deepen their knowledge, improve their practice, and strengthen their SL outcomes. There are six 90 minute weekly sessions that run weekly starting at mid-semester. Participants receive a $300 grant at the completion of the seminar.
- Full list of SL faculty learning communities
These self-paced modules provide a foundation in Service-Learning theory, models, and best practices, and take 30-40 minutes each.
- Welcome to Service-Learning (SL101)
- Reflection: Theory & Practical Application
- Creating Successful Community Partnership
- Mixers for Faculty/ Community Partners. The SL staff coordinates events for faculty and CPs to meet and build rapport. SL staff are on hand to connect people. These events coincide with the Student Exhibition during deadweek. Find dates at the SL Exhibition website.