|Participants in Summer Institute for Service-Learning
harvest vegetables at Numana Gardens: Danica Murray, Sara Beck, Terri Baumgartner, Mark Jarvis, Kirk Merwin, Melissa Elliott, Carla Stephens, Karen Wright, Jim Buchhorn.
SISL at Numana Gardens June 13, 2012
What do you want to do?
Prepare to participate in service as a Butler student or employee:
View/print Community Service Learning (CSL) Agreement.
View/print CSL Guidelines, CSL Roles
NOTE: All Butler participants in service should sign and return agreement to Service-Learning Office, BOE Student Union.
Get started reporting service hours for my Butler transcript:
Did you know you can have your hours of service recorded on your official Butler transcripts? To have your hours count, you must report them through Butler's official web-based reporting tool, VICNET (Volunteer Information Center Network). Get started in the easy steps outlined below:
1. Register to log hours online. (View detailed directions.)
2. Log hours as you serve. (View login cheat sheet.)
3. Request to add a new community partner.
You must log your hours within 60 days of the date you served. Only hours completed and entered in VICNET will be recorded on your official transcript!
NOTE: Any Butler student, employee, or community partner may use this service and request service reports.
Review the research on service-learning:
A Promising Connection: Increasing College Access and Success through Civic Engagement
Use service-learning in one of my classes:
(for service-learning faculty, advisors, and project leaders)
Faculty Toolkit & Resources
Grizzly Leadership Academy students spread new mulch at the
Grizzly Adventures Challenge Course, August 6, 2010.
(To see more pictures of this project, click on the photo gallery.)
Service-learning at Butler Community College exists to engage students in learning through meaningful service and reflection, while addressing genuine community needs.
What is service-learning?
Service-Learning at Butler Community College is an academic and co-curricular tool to engage students in learning through meaningful service on and off campus. By reflecting on service that addresses genuine community needs, students meet course learning outcomes or stated activity or Learning PACT goals, become civically engaged, and move purposefully toward becoming responsible, involved, life-long learners who contribute to the vitality of their communities.
"Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself. "
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Campus: El Dorado
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