Project Community enables undergraduate students to engage in community service learning and reflection for 2-4 course credits in the fall or winter semester.
Program areas include:
gender and sexuality
Project Community has a rich history of combining meaningful service with academic learning. Current and prospective site partners are invited to learn more about partnership and contact us.
Interested students can serve as participants in Soc 389 or peer facilitators in Soc 325 or 395. Project Community is graded on a credit/no credit basis and can be repeated.
Soc 389 students:
Serve approximately 4 hours per week
Engage in a weekly 90 minute seminar
Write about their experience
Learn more & find a section that matches your interests
Soc 325 and 395 students:
Act as the liasion for a service site
Facilitate a weekly seminar
Meet weekly with peers and staff
Learn more about being a peer facilitator
PROJECT COMMUNITY is in need of a new NAME + LOGO DESIGN!
In addition to our years of affiliation with the Dept. of Sociology, we have had a successful new pilot with the School of Engineering and are currently involved in an upcoming project with the School of Information.
To better define this multi-disciplinary academic expansion, we are seeking assistance with a new name and a new logo!
One important thing to keep in mind:
We would prefer that our new name which has letters/acronyms that would spell out a word which has something to do with what we do!
For example: learning, scholarship, civic engagement, academics, classrooms, you get the idea?
So, send those ideas, and accompanying logo suggestions, by Monday, June 24th to:
ShariLynn Robinson-Lynk, Director
ShariLynn Robinson-Lynk, LMSW, ACSW, MA
Project Community; An academic service learning experience