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Program Models Institutional Support For Students

Program Model Title State
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
John Gardner Public Service Fellowships School: Stanford University
CA
Success System Abilities: building students’ civic responsibility School: Davenport University
MI
Recognition as a way of keeping track School: College of Eastern Utah
UT
Hosting National Students Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness School: American University
DC
Ashbrook Scholar Program School: Ashland University
OH
Information Technology Project School: Floyd College
GA
CultureLinks Program: a service-learning option for international students School: Indiana University of Pennsylvania
PA
Networking School: University of California at Berkeley
CA
Basic training for students before service School: Macalester College
MN
Career Services Non-Profit Program School: University of Vermont
VT
Curricular reform by the president: integrating service-learning into academics School: Defiance College
OH
Action day : how to develop a quality one-day project School: Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville
IL
Eugene Lang Opportunity Grant School: Swarthmore College
PA
New Student Community Service Project School: Claremont McKenna College
CA
First-year programs: 1-4-1-4 academic calendar,”"Into the Streets,”" and the Leadership Development Practicum School: Eckerd College
FL
Leadership and Community Building seminar School: University of Dayton
OH
Before and after: Four year surveys School: Rockford College
IL

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