Celebrate service learning

There are more than 100 service learning courses at Boise State every year, offered in more than 30 departments, partnered with 100 community partners.

Service-Learning courses offer students the chance to participate in civic, social and environmental activities in their communities. Additionally, these students have the opportunity to  display some of their work through the use of posters at the end of the semester. Roughly 50 different posters will be on display on the third floor of the Interactive Learning Center from Dec. 11 to 14 for community members, staff, faculty and students to look at.

Some of the most successful semester projects will be highlighted and a public celebration will be held on Monday, Dec. 10, in the Student Union Building in the Hatch Ballroom where refreshments will be served.

The event is open to the public and people are encouraged to come and discuss with the students and leaders of non-profit agencies the projects and impacts of service-learning.

 

 

About the author  ⁄ Amy Merrill

Amy Merrill

Amy is a senior at Boise State and the current news editor for The Arbiter. She crammed everything she possibly could into a single degree; a dual major in communication and English, a journalism emphasis and a political science minor. She is eager to earn what she calls, "that expensive piece of paper" on May 18, but in the meantime is focused on bringing campus as much news as humanly possible.