Students may be required to complete a service learning project as part of a class while others may choose to pursue a service learning project to gain additional experience. Some classes have service learning built into the curriculum, including:

  • Volunteerism in Nonprofit Management
  • Grant and Contract Management
  • Strategic Planning and Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Public Program Evaluation

If you would like to pursue a service learning project outside of the classroom, contact our experiential learning coordinator, Mirtha Bailey.

SIGN UP FOR A SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT

If you have been assigned a service learning project for a class, please fill out the digital form below.

Once you have completed the digital form, please print and complete the form and submit to Mirtha Bailey in person or via email.

  • You must complete both the digital form and the paper form.
  • You will receive a copy of this form as will your instructor and the agency.

Community Partners

The School of Public Administration works with many organizations in Central Florida and beyond that need technical assistance with some aspect of their business, be it strategic planning, capacity building or a case study. If you have a project that our students can help with, we encourage you to become a community partner with the school.

What are the benefits of becoming a community partner?

  • It enhances the students' learning experience.
  • It meets the needs of your organization.
  • It reinvigorates teaching for faculty by engaging students in social concerns.
  • It provides access to the community with an infusion of people, power and access to university resources.
  • It generates new ideas and energy, both in the community and in your organization.

What can I expect from working with students?

  • Volunteerism in Nonprofit Management
  • Grant and Contract Management
  • Strategic Planning and Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Public Program Evaluation

SIGN UP TO HOST A SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT

If your organization is interested in working with one of our students on a service learning project, please complete the form below. Please note, we will consider all requests, however, we cannot guarantee that your organization will be selected for a service learning project. For more information, please contact experiential learning coordinator, Mirtha Bailey.

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