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Develop a Service Learning Project
As an NWACC faculty or staff member, you are invited to add service learning projects to your classroom curriculum and student organization activities so students can apply learned principles to real-word service and further enrich their college experience.
View the videos below to hear from NWACC faculty who have included service learning into their curriculum and activities and how they have benefited students. Also, feel free to browse the project resource links listed below as well.
Faculty include History Professor and former Service Learning Coordinator Chris Huggard, Science Professor and EMPACTS Facilitator Dianne Phillips, Sociology Professor Janet Dodd and English Professor Megan Looney-Hollingsworth.
Questions? Email SL@nwacc.edu.
Why Service Learning
Chris Huggard - Why Service Learning
Dianne Phillips - Why Service Learning
Janet Dodd - Why Service Learning
Megan Looney-Hollingsworth - Why Service Learning
Chris Huggard - Getting Started
Dianne Phillips - Getting Started
Janet Dodd - Getting Started
Megan Looney-Hollingsworth - Getting Started
How Students Benefit
Chris Huggard - How Students Benefit
Dianne Phillips - How Students Benefit
Janet Dodd - How Students Benefit
Megan Looney-Hollingsworth - How Students Benefit
Feel free to use these resource links to help you develop a service learning project, or email the Service Learning Coordinator (SL@nwacc.edu) to setup time for a conversation.
Service Learning Around Arkansas
- University of Arkansas Service Learning Department
- University of Central Arkansas Service Learning Department
Service Learning Academic Associations
- Association for Experiential Education
- Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning and Civic Engagement through Higher Education
- International Association for Research on Service Learning & Community Engagement
- National Society for Experiential Education
- National Youth Leadership Council
Ready to Develop a Project?
If you're ready to develop a service learning project for students, email NWACC's Service Learning Coordinator at SL@nwacc.edu to set up a time for a conversation.