Some instructors have built-in course-specific online orientations on their Canvas page. We have the following Online Orientations available for you below:
You will need to attend an in-person Orientation session at the beginning of the semester or complete the Online Orientation for either In-Course Module or Independent Module, depending on which service-learning program you are participating in.
Upon completion of an Orientation, you will have received or need to pick up the necessary Service-Learning paperwork:
- Yellow Packet – In-Course Module paperwork for traditional service-learning classes
- Green Packet – In-Course Module paperwork for Education & Math 156 courses
- Salmon Packet – In-Course Module paperwork for a group-based service-learning project
- Blue Packet – Independent module paperwork and application
Remember - you will earn college credit for a successfully completed project.
At the beginning of each semester, our office sets up scheduled Service-Learning Orientations. In addition, upon the request of the class instructor, our two Program Specialists can do personal Orientations during class time.
If unable to attend the in-person orientations, students can either watch our Online Orientation below or schedule an in-person orientation with our two Program Specialists: Dawn Rhodes (mornings) or Christin Franco (evenings).
Service-Learning Orientations - Fall 2017
Large Group Orientations - Navajo Room
Orientations last about 1 hour
11 am, 1:30 pm
9 am, 10:30 am, 12 pm
Small Group Orientations:
Center for Community & Civic Engagement Workroom
Kirk Student Center North - Lower Level
During the month of September
Every Tuesday at 12pm
Every Wednesday at 5pm
Questions? Contact Center for Community & Civic Engagement at 480.461.7393