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Program Models Student Leadership

Program Model Title State
Service-Learning Scholars School: Norwich University
VT
Student-Initiated Community Service Projects School: University of California at Berkeley
CA
Support for Student-Initiated Service-Learning Courses School:
CA
Student Leadership for Campus Service Efforts School: University of California at Berkeley
CA
“”Trends in Nursing”" students attend “”Nursing, the Community and Legislation”" seminar School: Raritan Valley Community College
NJ
Cleaning up town: Georgetown Beautification Project School: Indiana University Southeast
IN
CultureLinks Program: a service-learning option for international students School: Indiana University of Pennsylvania
PA
From observer to change agent: student-founded street newspapers by homeless people School: Mesa Community College
AZ
Human rights: Peace and Justice Committee School: St. Joseph s College
ME
Coalition for Responsible Investment: students promote social advocacy for human rights School: University of Vermont
VT
Business education: Community Benefits School: San Juan College
NM
Organizational management: Running the company School: University of Evansville
IN
Humanitarian TEAM Act 101 group School: Northampton Community College
PA
“”The Social Responsibilities of Leadership”" seminar School: GateWay Community College
AZ
Moving the Forum Francophone des Affairs School: Bates College
ME
Training the trainers: student University Service Advocates School: California State University, Monterey Bay
CA
“”Geneva Heroes Youth Service Corps”" School: Hobart & William Smith Colleges
NY
“”Rainbow of Harmony”" Dinner and “”Carrie’s Love Campaign”" School: Vincennes University
IN
Migrant Community Project School: Bloomsburg University
PA
Center for Community-Based Service Learning (CCBSL) School: San Diego State University
CA

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A first-rate education, includes civic responsibility as well as academic preparation.... With the right programs in place, our schools can provide a wonderful opportunity for students to come together and learn the skills that will keep our democracy strong."

-Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education