IND-215-01 Thursday 8:30 am  J. Sankoh
Service- Learning for Refugees Studies

SITE

DESCRIPTION

DAYS

TIMES

VAN leaves at

 

Somali Bantu  

 

After-school tutoring/ mentoring program with Somali refugee children

 

Mon & Wed (1) OR Tues & Thurs (1)        

 

3:30 -5:30 pm

 

3:00 pm

 

Lafayette High School  

 

After-school tutoring/ mentoring program with refugee high schoolers

 

Mon & Wed (3) OR Tues & Thurs (3)                  

2:30-4:30

No van

 

716 Ministries

 

Housing Rehabilitation project

 

Saturday morning (7)

 

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

 

8:00 am

 

Jewish Family Services

Help facilitate orientations for newly arrived refugees

 

Mon & Wednesday (2)

 

 

9:00-11:00

 

8:30

 

IND 231-01 Tuesdays 3:00-4:00pm  Charlie Wesley
Cross Cultural Literacy

SITE

DESCRIPTION

DAYS

TIMES

VAN leaves at

 

Response to Love

 

 

Helping refugee adults read, write, and speak English

 

Tuesday & Thursday (2)

 

 

9:00-11:00 am

 

8:30 am

 

Jewish Family Services

Help visually impaired during their language classes reading to them and guiding them through the class

 

Mon & Wednesday (2)

 

 

9:00-11:00

 

8:30

 

 

 

 

HSC 232-01 Wednesday 4:00-5:00 pm Erica Newsome
Ambassadors in Care for People with Developmental Disabilities

**Requirement: HSC listing limited to majors in the Health Professions**

**You must have your own transportation**

Students will be placed at agencies which provide services to people with developmental disabilities and also be expected to keep a journal of their experiences; expressing what they are learning/gaining from the experience, both about themselves, others and the community they are serving. Students will develop advocacy and leadership skills in the field with a focus on health care. The focus of the course is to help students gain an appreciation working with people with developmental disabilities and being of service to others is a way of learning and a way of growing as a person.

SITE

DESCRIPTION

DAYS

TIMES

People Inc (Off campus)

Work with people with developmental disabilities

Weekday-

days and evenings                      

 

Varies- tbd with site supervisor

Baker Victory Services

Work with people with developmental disabilities

Weekday- Evening

Weekend- day & evening

                      

 

Varies- tbd with site supervisor

 

HSC 232-02 Wednesday 5:00-6:00 pm Erica Newsome
Ambassadors in Care for People with Developmental Disabilities

Students will work with those with developmental disabilities and also be expected to keep a journal of their experiences; expressing what they are learning/gaining from the experience, both about themselves, others and the community they are serving. Students will develop advocacy and leadership skills in the field with a focus on health care. The focus of the course is to help students gain an appreciation working with people with developmental disabilities and being of service to others is a way of learning and a way of growing as a person.

SITE

DESCRIPTION

DAYS

TIMES

CAUSE

Work with people with developmental disabilities

Sunday

1:00-5:00

 

THA-253-01 MWF 11:15-12:10 Robert Waterhouse
Theater As Outreach

** Required:  Interview with the professor before registering**

This course will equip you with the means to design and lead theater workshops for others, especially disadvantaged youth.

PAR-320-01 Wednesday 2:30-3:50pm  M. Phillips
 Paralegal Issues with Refugees

Fulfills Service Learning requirement. This course requires Paralegal Studies students to develop their practical law office skills at the same time as they are exposed to refugees from different parts of the world. The students will be working with refugees under the supervision of an attorney and will be responsible for clear and effective communication in order to accomplish and effectively resolve problems encountered by refugees. Practical skills may include assistance with client interviews, record maintenance, problem solving, document organization, factual investigation, and other general legal services. Prerequisites: PSC 230 or PAR 210 and open to all students who have taken Law for Society or permission of Instructor. Requisites: COMPLETE PAR 210 OR PSC 230 AND PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. - Must be completed prior to taking this course. 
 

 

SPA 299/399/499 Denise Mills
Service Learning in Spanish

** Required:  Interview with the professor before registering**

Students will perform their service learning in Spanish in a variety of settings: schools, community organizations, social service agencies etc. Projects will vary depending on student interest.  Students will conduct a needs assessment of the agency, decide on a project, or continue on a previously developed project, and actively participate in implementing the plan.  This course may be taken up to three times for credit. 

IND 213 Wednesday 4:00-8:00pm Linda Keuchle
VITA

                      ** Required:  Must have ACC 318 completed **

This course will allow students to use their knowledge and skills of accounting in order to run a tax clinic helping those in need.

 

IND-248/348/448 Service Learning through International Study  A. Wise- This course will take place for 4 weeks in the summer in Poland and will challenge you to explore the concepts of citizenship, civic engagement, and sustainability, as well as your own role in a global society.