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Program Models Institutional Support For Students

Program Model Title State
Feinstein Institute for Public Service and a liberal arts major and minor in Public and Community Studies School: Providence College
RI
Leadership and Community Building seminar School: University of Dayton
OH
The Speaking, Arguing, and Writing Program School: Mount Holyoke College
MA
Career Services Non-Profit Program School: University of Vermont
VT
Community Advocacy Program (CAP): students play the role of a community service facilitator School: San Diego State University
CA
The Dartmouth College Public Impact Initiative School: Dartmouth College
VT
Community Concepts course: developing civic competencies and civic habits School: San Jose State University
CA
Success System Abilities: building students’ civic responsibility School: Davenport University
MI
Internships: The Community-Based Learning Project (CBLP) School: Claremont University
CA
Interdisciplinary reflection sessions: small groups of students and faculty talk to and learn from each other School: Miami-Dade Community College
FL
The Weissman Center for Leadership School: Mount Holyoke College
MA
Citizen Scholars’ Program School: Brevard Community College
FL
John Gardner Public Service Fellowships School: Stanford University
CA
Using a database for co-curricular transcripts School: Alvernia College
PA
Before and after: Four year surveys School: Rockford College
IL
Phi Theta Kappa honors organization School: Columbus State Community College
OH
Recognition as a way of keeping track School: College of Eastern Utah
UT
The Art in Service internship School: Maine College of Art
ME
Centralizing to keep track: Using the Greek system for assessment School: Lehigh University
PA
Newspaper readership program: encouraging lifelong reading habits and informed citizenship School: Pennsylvania State University
PA

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