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Program Models Institutional Support For Students

Program Model Title State
Providing faculty sponsors for students interested in independent service-learning projects School: Oberlin College
OH
“”The Social Responsibilities of Leadership”" seminar School: GateWay Community College
AZ
The Speaking, Arguing, and Writing Program School: Mount Holyoke College
MA
Feinstein Institute for Public Service and a liberal arts major and minor in Public and Community Studies School: Providence College
RI
Student Leadership Conference School: Claremont McKenna College
CA
Big Brother Big Sister program summer camp School: Union College
NY
The 4-1-4 calendar and Winter Term School: Eckerd College
FL
Highlighting courses that have a community-based learning component School: Portland State University
OR
Community Advocacy Program (CAP): students play the role of a community service facilitator School: San Diego State University
CA
The Weissman Center for Leadership School: Mount Holyoke College
MA
Large-scale introductions School: University of South Carolina
SC
Chancellor s Award for Public Service School: Syracuse University
NY
The Center for the Applied Liberal Arts (CALA) School: Eckerd College
FL
“”Let Knowledge Serve the City”": An Evolving Service Paradigm supported by student leadership School: Portland State University
OR
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

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