University of Cincinnati-Clermont College’s Community Garden was recently named a finalist for a State Farm Neighborhood Assist program $25,000 cash award. If funded, UC Clermont plans to use the award to expand its partnership with Inter Parish Ministry (IPM) to provide more fresh produce to low-income Clermont County families through mobile food pantries.
You can help support the Clermont College Community Garden by voting. Visit the State Farm Neighborhood Assist Facebook app by clicking here. The voting phase is open from April 4 – April 22 and any Facebook user who gets the application is eligible to vote up to 10 times per day.
"Collaboration is the stuff of growth." ~ Sir Ken Robinson, on Changing Education Paradigms
Service Learning is an important part of the UC2019► Strategic Plan and the Integrated Core Learning initiative. We believe your experience will be rewarding, offering you many opportunities to grow and learn. Our mission is to serve and support our students, faculty, and community partners to ensure that the Service Learning experience benefits everyone. Please contact our office if we can assist you in the Service Learning experience.
The Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement is located in the Steger Student Life Center and is a part of the Division of Professional Practice. Michael Sharp, the Director for the Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, collaborates with the Service-Learning Advisory Council to support service-learning and civic engagement at UC. Watch the news and announcements section on this website for upcoming workshops and other service-learning events.
To receive updates, announcements, and opportunities, click here to sign up for the Service Learning and Civic Engagement listserv.
Service Learning (SL) is a specially designed learning experience in which students combine reflection with structured participation in community-based projects to achieve specified learning outcomes as part of an academic course and/or program requirement. By participating in academic community partnerships at the local, national, or international level, students gain a richer mastery of course content, enhance their sense of civic responsibility, and ultimately develop a more integrated approach to understanding the relationship between theory, practice, ideas, values, and community.
Click the image above for the electronic Service Learning & Civic Engagement brochure