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Program Models Institutional Support For Students

Program Model Title State
Community Concepts course: developing civic competencies and civic habits School: San Jose State University
CA
Senior thesis or service experience School: Bates College
ME
Bennion Center School: University of Utah
UT
Study structured around service: an interdisciplinary approach School: San Jose State University
CA
Course-based service in an engineering class School: SUNY - Binghamton
NY
College of Journalism: Publicity as service-learning School: University of Georgia
GA
On the Road From Service-Learning to the Engaged Campus School: Portland Community College
OR
Freshman Success Programs School: San Diego State University
CA
The Art in Service internship School: Maine College of Art
ME
Creating a new Student Council position: Vice President of Service School: LDS Business College
UT
Incentive system, “”Pace Rewards: A Community development program”" School: Pace University
NY
Elementary Science Education Partners (ESEP) School: Emory University
GA
Capstone courses School: Cabrini College
PA
Internships: The Community-Based Learning Project (CBLP) School: Claremont University
CA
Admissions policies: taking service into account School: Olivet College
MI
Distinctive Degree for commitment to service School: University of Utah
UT
Training the trainers: student University Service Advocates School: California State University, Monterey Bay
CA
Supporting service through federal work-study School: New York University
NY
Harris Homes First Grade Initiative School: Spelman College and Morehouse College
GA
Centralizing to keep track: Using the Greek system for assessment School: Lehigh University
PA

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