Service Learning

Career Coach buttonService learning programs foster the College's engagement within the larger community and promote leadership, social and civic responsibility and student involvement as integral aspects of college education.

Students, faculty and community partners and agencies come together to form experiential education characterized by student participation in an organized service activity that combines:

  • Academic study
  • Community service
  • Reflection

Volunteering vs. Service Learning

Volunteering is usually extracurricular. It is strictly community service and has no connection to classroom instruction.

Service Learning is a co-curricular instructional strategy. The reflection process enables students to think critically about their educational experience and examine their service in greater context.

 

Contact

Northeast Campus
Jeanette Jacobs
817-515-6300
jeanette.jacobs@tccd.edu
Office: NBSS 1101C

South Campus
Ayesha Hawkins
817-515-4157
ayesha.hawkins@tccd.edu
Office: SSTU 1101 A

Southeast Campus
Gina Maloy, Coordinator of Career Services
817-515-3597
gina.maloy@tccd.edu
Office: ESEE 2103C

Trinity River Campus
Elena Walker
817-515-1194
SL.Trinity@tccd.edu
Office: Idea Store TRIS

 

 

Updated October 14, 2013

 

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