Service-Learning is a teaching method that combines meaningful service to the community with curriculum-based learning. Students improve their academic skills by applying what they learn in school to the real world; they then reflect on their experience to reinforce the link between their service and their learning.
Students can submit their completed service learning hour verification form to Guidance Secretary, Ms. Kimberly Major in the Counseling Center.
Students may also email an electronic service learning hour verification form to Ms. Major, email@example.com.
Luv Michael Autism Volunteer Acceptance
Luv Michael is a 501c3 Charity with a mission to train, educate and employ autistic adults. We have ongoing volunteer opportunities for students to learn about autism and how to be an ally to the autism community, share what you have learned with others, and ask them to consider supporting our cause. If you are interested in earning Student Service-Learning hours please register for an introductory call
FIRST: (PREPARATION) Consider what activity you want to do or what specific organization you want to work with.
SSL activities can be done with nonprofit, for-profit, tax-exempt, private, and faith-based organizations/facilities.
NEXT: (ACTION) If the organization and activities are....
Next: (REFLECTION) Complete a SSL Verification Form to document service performed in the summer or within each semester service is done.
Last: Turn completed Verification Form into School-Based Service-Learning Coordinator by September 30 for summer service or by the end of each semester in which service is done for SSL hours to be reflected in SchoolMAX or on your official transcript.
If you need help, contact the School-Based Service-Learning Coordinator at your school!
All Independent Service-Learning Activities Must Meet These Best Practices