Sophomore Service

Students identify how to engage with their community through service learning

Sophomore Service is a one-hour academic course introducing you to community engagement fundamentals and equipping you with tools for building strong communities for change on campus and in the broader community. As a student in this class, you’ll have the opportunity to work with community leaders and support organizations to help them identify ways to build stronger communities for the overall health and well-being of society. Join Dr. Kristy Carter on Thursdays 9:25-10:15 in the Fall 2022 semester. The CRN is 26433.

ACAD 1180 – Introduction to Community Engagement surveys theories and models of community engagement, exploring concepts that include citizenship, social justice, civil discourse, advocacy and activism, and community partnership development.  Students will also work collaboratively to identify and actively engage in an issue relevant to their campus, local, state, national, or global communities.

Dr. Kristy Carter
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