Community-based learning courses are a great opportunity to learn and make a positive difference for people in our community. For more information about Community-Based Learning or with questions, please contact Kristen Wright, Director of Civic Engagement, (CECiL) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Steps for Students Enrolled in a Community-Based Learning Course
1. Find a local community organization to work with.
Allow time for this step and start right away. You may need to contact a number of organizations before you find a good fit. Additionally, some community partners require interviews, resumes, recommendations or a criminal background check.
2. Meet with the staff person who will be supervising you at your selected service site.
3. Submit your supervisor’s name and email to SAIL via the Online Community-Based Learning Information form.
4. Submit a signed Community Based Learning Consent and Release Agreement to your instructor and also complete Experiential Learning Agreement Form with Community Partner
5. Begin your project.
6. End of semester evaluations.