Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York
 


Service-Learning:
Experiential Learning with a Social Justice Emphasis


Aligned with Fordham’s mission as a Jesuit university, Service-Learning aims to form students in a ‘well- educated solidarity’ (Jesuit Conference 2002).  At the core of this work is our students development in mind, body and spirit in the areas of self and society.  Our community partners are partners in our students’ education at Fordham.  



Community organizations can become partners in the Service-Learning Program in one of two ways:
Integrated Courses -all students enrolled in an integrated course are involved in service in the community. Community partners develop relationships with faculty and together create partnerships rooted in the learning objectives of the course and the mission of the organization. 

Interdisciplinary Seminar- students pair one of their academic courses to volunteering with a community organization. Students will contact community partners during the first three weeks of the semester to initiate the relationship and come to an agreement upon service days and hours.

To learn how you can become a intergrated or seminar partner, contact:
Justin Freitas, freitas@fordham.edu at Rose Hill or Kathy Crawford, kcrawford3@fordham.edu at Lincoln Center.

Community Partner Resources
Community Partner Responsibility Form
Timesheet
Program Evaluation
Student Evaluation

 


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