service learning venn diagramAcademic service learning intrinsically combines academic learning with meaningful service with the community and purposeful civic learning. During the service-learning experience, students will:

  • Earn college credit while giving service to the community.
  • Learn new skills through hands-on learning.
  • Gain critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.
  • Network (interact with others to develop professional or social contacts).
  • Explore careers through shadowing experiences.
  • Strengthen resume and scholarship applications.
  • Make a difference in the community by sharing talents and skills.
  • Clarify personal values and dedication to chosen degree program.
  • Develop socially and personally.
  • Interact with increased respect and inclusion, with people in the community from different backgrounds.

Course Material

First Year Seminar (A&SC 111)

General course overview information, learning outcomes, and program structure. Download the civic engagement project list for the Fall 2021 Semester. Contains project descriptions, dates/times, locations and sign-up instructions.

Service Project Log Sheet

To record attendance for A&SC 111, download the printable Service Project Log Sheet and submit to your instructor for grading.

Related Content

Virtual Volunteering

Virtual Volunteer

Make an impact with national and global communities. Download the Virtual Volunteer Resource Collection - Last Updated 8/10/2021.

Student United Way

Student United Way. Give. Advocate. Volunteer.

Student United Way provides opportunities for students to plan, lead, and execute projects to develop the next generation of community leaders. Learn more about joining this MSUB student organization.

 

Note: If you are interested in volunteering with any of the community partners after completing A&SC 111, please contact the Civic Engagement Coordinator, Holly Jones, at the Center for Engagement on (406) 896-5817.