What is Service-Learning?
Service-Learning connects meaningful community service with academic learning, personal growth, and civic responsibility. Enhancing student experiences beyond the classroom provides opportunities to use skills and knowledge in real life situations. A Service Project can take place in the community, nationally, or globally.
Why Would I Want To Do This?
By providing service opportunities in your agencies, civic organization, or citizen advocacy groups, you are helping build strong community connections. Work with us to develop the social character of the next generation.
Interested? Download the application packet on our Forms page under Agency Forms.
Note: The MCCD Experiential Partnership Agreement requires the signature of the person in legal authority to enter into a legally binding agreement with our District.
Return your completed forms to:
Mesa Community College
Center for Community & Civic Engagement
1833 W. Southern Avenue
Mesa, AZ 85202
Please return your forms as quickly as possible for our students to serve at your site.
Already a Partner?
Has your agency already signed the MCCCD Community Partner Placement Agreement? Check the district database here.
When integrated into a Student's existing course, the Service Project is used in lieu of a research paper, class presentation or exam. Volunteer hours given to the community via these options average approximately 33,000 hours per semester.
The in-course module requirements are similar to the independent modules and can be adapted at faculty discretion.
Some disciplines utilizing in-course modules are: Anthropology, Biology, Children's Literature, Communications, Economics, Education, English, Geology, Recreation, Sociology, Spanish, and World Politics.
Visit the Agency Database to add yourself to our growing list of Service-Learning organizations. The Service Sites database has over 300 active partners. For more details and to explore these partnerships, please visit the Service Sites Database here.
Need Database Help? Contact Dawn Rhodes by phone at: 480-461-7393 or by email at: email@example.com
Offered at the beginning of each academic year - we can show you how to incorporate Service-Learning into your organization. It's easy! Let us show you how. Call today: 480-461-7393 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.