If you are interested in developing a service-learning partnership, CELTS offers a variety of resources to help you get started and to support you throughout your service-learning experience.
- Student Service-Learning Handbook
- Community Partner Service-Learning Handbook
- Faculty Service-Learning Handbook
The service-learning staff at CELTS are available for individual consultations with faculty, community partners, and students. We can help you develop ideas for projects and help connect you with a service-learning partner, as well as connect you with additional resources. Contact CELTS Director Ashley Cochrane to make an appointment.
Orientations, Reflection Facilitations, and TA Trainings
CELTS service-learning staff offer in-class orientations for service-learning courses, assistance with facilitation of reflection activities, and trainings for Teaching Assistants (TAs) who will be working with a service-learning course. For more information or to schedule one of these programs, contact CELTS Director Ashley Cochrane.
Mini-Van and Transportation Reimbursement
CELTS has a mini-van available for use by students in service-learning courses. All motorpool regulations apply to use of the CELTS mini-van. Contact CELTS Program Associate, Sheila Lyons at least one week in advance to schedule use of the mini-van. See the attached form for details about use of the mini-van.
CELTS also offers limited reimbursement of transportation costs for service-learning courses. See the attached form for more information.
These sample forms may be helpful as you develop your service-learning course. You are welcome to use or adapt these forms to fit the specific needs of your service-learning course.
CELTS has available a variety of books, journals, and other resources that focus on service-learning. You can access a full listing of these resources on BANC, the Berea College Library Catalog.
These Web sites provide many resources for faculty, community partners, and students, including information on service-learning syllabi, reflection, research, conferences, publications, and more.
- Web Sites