Support & Training

Training and Workshops

Not only are workshops addressing the interests/needs of faculty involved with service-learning periodically offered through the Center for Community & Civic Engagement, but the Faculty Director is available for training assistance to individuals, department groups, or other gatherings as requested.

Funding for Professional Development

Occasionally, funds become available to support MCC faculty who are interested in taking advantage of professional development opportunities related to service-learning.

Technological Resources

Our comprehensive website can be used as a gateway to all of our standard resources for faculty, students, and community partners. Students can complete the Online Orientation, and search for potential service sites through our database listings, online. Instructors can access the complete Faculty Resource Guide as well as other interesting information.

Community Site Listings

Community site listings related to your particular academic discipline can be compiled by the Center for Community & Civic Engagement staff for distribution to your students.

Service-Learning Publications

The Center for Community & Civic Engagement maintains a lending library and video collection on different aspects of Service-Learning and community outreach programs.

Student Classroom Assistants

Student Assistants can support faculty with service options by supplying a list of relevant sites for your discipline, providing in class orientations and coordinating student placements with site supervisors.

Service-Learning Information

The Center for Community & Civic Engagement can provide forms, site listings and other Service-Learning materials on disk to MCC faculty in MS Word format.

Sample Syllabi

Copies of course syllabi from MCC faculty members and other community college faculty around the country are kept on file for review. Download a sample syllabus here.

Access to Nationwide Assistance

Through the Community College National Center for Community Engagement (CCNCCE) which support a burgeoning level of community service activity among students, faculty and administration on over 500 college and university campuses across the country.