Service-Learning Agreement and Educational Plan Form
Agreement Plan Section (top portion):
Fill out the top portion of the Agreement Plan
Education Plan Agreement Section (middle portion):
Fill out the Education Plan Section (middle portion) with your Community Partner Agency Supervisor
Time Sheet Section (bottom portion):
Track your hours and submit this completed form to your Instructor before the end of the Quarter
The Community Partner Agency may also ask you to fill out their volunteer application as well as a background check form.
After submitting the agreement form, make sure you also submit the Community Engagement Volunteer Form. This form should be filled out for all volunteer
activities you have participated in, including service-learning activities and individual volunteer commitments.
Looking for community service or service-learning opportunities? SFCC GetConnected is your go-to resource! On GetConnected you can view:
- Current volunteer opportunities
- Service-learning opportunities
- Over 150 local nonprofit agency portals
- Current community needs
- Upcoming community-service related events
Getting Started with Service-Learning:
- Once you know you have a Service-Learning assignment, register on SFCC GetConnected and research local agencies that meet your instructor's class goals.
- Using the information provided by the agency, contact them, inquire about their intake process for volunteers/service-learning students, and set up a time to meet with them in-person for a pre-service interview (make sure to tell them what your professor expects of your participation in the service).
- Keep track of your hours in GetConnected! Even if your professor requires a paper time log, GetConnected allows us to seek agency verification of your hours.
- If you have difficulty getting a call or email back from your chosen Community Partner, or if you want to choose a local non-profit organization that is not listed here, let your instructor know and contact the Career and Community Engagement Center immediately.
- Not all of the service learning/community engagement opportunities listed on the Get Connected site are sanctioned by SFCC. Please contact the Career & Community Engagement Center to verify an agency's status if you are volunteering on your own and not through a class or club.
The Service-Learning Club provides students with opportunities to become civically engaged community members. A civically engaged
student will find increased opportunities in employment, scholarship, and higher education goals. The Service-Learning Club provides
fun service activities for personal and professional growth.
Meeting Time and Place
Contact Club Advisor, Darlene Rickett
From blood drives, to city cleanup, to disaster response, the Service-Learning club is dedicated to building a better community.
Among our annual and recent activities include:
INBC Blood Drive
The INBC Blood Drive is a club project that occurs Quarterly throughout the year to benefit recipients of blood through the Inland
Northwest Blood Center in Spokane (INBC). The INBC is a non-profit organization and SFCC community partner that focuses on the
blood needs of the Inland Northwest.
Alternate Spring Break 2012
For our annual Alternate Spring Break, students traveled to the Mississippi Delta of southern Louisiana to tutor students in 3rd
and 4th grades at Pointe Aux Chenes Elementary school getting ready for their iLEAP state exams (similar to the Washington WASL
exams). This community was hit by Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Ike and Andrew as well as being directly hit by the BP Gulf oil spill.
The students also visited New Orleans in a one-day whirl-wind tour, swam in the gulf, and canoed into the marsh with a marine
biologist from LUMCON. They toured Native lands in the bayous with a local Native American who is also a fisherman of the Cajun
culture, and learned firsthand about the issues affecting the Delta, its people and its culture. Finally, they visited Grand Isle
with a descendent of a pirate who settled there, went Cajun dancing and took private Cajun dance lessons.
Alternative Spring Break 2013
In 2013, the Service-Learning Club's Alternative Spring Break adventure led students back to post-hurricane southern Louisiana
to help with clean-up activities, and students were immersed in the local culture.
Alternative Spring Break 2014
The Club adventured to Hawaii in a cultural immersion service trip, combined with a Continuums of Service Conference.
Alternative Spring Break 2015
In 2015, another - yet to be announced - adventure is being thought through.
This only scratches the surface. Please see our newsletters for more of
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