Service Learning

Connecting the Classroom with Community

Service-Learning is a teaching and learning method that combines class content with organized community service experiences on campus and in the local community.

Approved Community Partners Database

Need to find a community organization to serve at? Check out the pre-approved database of community partners here.

Volunteer Opportunities

Find out about current and future volunteer opportunities here.

Student Forms & Resources

Access the mandatory forms for student service-learning projects and see our other resources for students.

Community Partner Resources & Information

Information for current or future community partners. This includes on-boarding information and forms.

Pillars of Service Learning

1. Service must meet a community need
2. Service must be connected to classroom material
3. Have a reflection assignment after service

Types of Service Learning

1. In Class Module
2. Independent Class 282 Module
3. One-Time Events

Examples of Service Learning

1. Address hunger on college campuses.
2. Serve at Pueblo Grande Art Museum
3. Do tutoring at a local elementary school

About Student Life & Leadership:

The Phoenix College Service
Learning Coordinator and Student Life & Leadership staff are
committed to helping you streamline
the Service Learning process and making LESS hassle for you.

Contact Information:

Lupe Conchas PC Service Learning Coordinator Office: 602-285-7231
Cell: 602-422-5934
Fax: 602-285-7960


Student Union Building Phoenix College Main Campus