Community Service Learning
Community Service Learning (CSL) is a teaching method that encourages students to draw connections between knowledge they gain through their studies and practical applications in the community. Students are engaged in voluntary activities while integrating their experiences with academic course work. CSL's objectives are balance between specific academic goals on the one hand, and building community capacity on the other. It fosters student leadership and enhances connections to the community at large.
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HR261 (Multiculturalism) is taught as a Community Service Learning Course.
HRHD students are also enrolled in Contemporary Studies. As such they may be eligible to participate in for-credit service learning insternships (CT402 Contemporary Studies Internship).
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