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Program Models Student Leadership

Program Model Title State
Service-Learning Scholars School: Norwich University
VT
Student Leadership for Campus Service Efforts School: University of California at Berkeley
CA
Student-Initiated Community Service Projects School: University of California at Berkeley
CA
Support for Student-Initiated Service-Learning Courses School:
CA
Center for Community-Based Service Learning (CCBSL) School: San Diego State University
CA
Project SERVE: student-run service center School: University of Michigan
MI
Hall Council Service Learning Representatives School: Western Washington University
WA
Internet writing center School: University of Colorado at Boulder
CO
Hunter College Presidential Convention 2000: model nominating convention for high school students School: Hunter College
NY
Senior level architecture design studios explore the Downtown Topeka Design Plan School: Kansas State University
KS
Providing companionship at a temporary housing and counseling facility School: Cedar Crest College
PA
Center for the Study of Los Angeles: understanding the urban experience School: Loyola Marymount University
CA
Student Leadership Academy School: Lansing Community College
MI
Teacher education program incorporates community engagement School: Seattle University
WA
The Ethics Workshop School: Colorado State University
CO
Incentive system, “”Pace Rewards: A Community development program”" School: Pace University
NY
UC LEAD (Union College Leadership Education and Development) School: Union College
KY
“”Service-Leadership”" course and other service learning courses School: Neumann College
PA
Community Advocacy Program (CAP): students play the role of a community service facilitator School: San Diego State University
CA
Success System Abilities: building students’ civic responsibility School: Davenport University
MI

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What we value most from West Virginia Campus Compact are grants and support for student service projects, the student action campaign, and resources."

-West Virginia Wesleyan College