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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
Tutoring for homeless children School: Guilford College
NC
The Student Empowerment Connection: helping others succeed School: Morehouse College
GA
“”Let Knowledge Serve the City”": An Evolving Service Paradigm supported by student leadership School: Portland State University
OR
CIVICUS, a thematic living-learning program School: University of Maryland, College Park
MD
Bennion Center School: University of Utah
UT
Student Resource Center and the Leadership Institute School: San Diego State University
CA
“”Managerial Accounting”" and The American Cancer Society: A Blending of Business and Community School: Raritan Valley Community College
NJ
Deepening service: transforming the service corps School: Northwestern University
IL
Career Development Office: promoting a values-based approach to career and life planning School: Neumann College
PA
Disabilities and abilities: a student-founded deaf education program School: Hood College
MD
Creating a new Student Council position: Vice President of Service School: LDS Business College
UT
“”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

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Campus Compact is such a wonderful force for progress in academic service-learning. I really think that we would be nowhere near where we are today in higher education without your efforts."

-Janet Eyler, Associate Chair and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Vanderbilt University