Connecting the Classroom with Community

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

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

Volunteer Opportunities

Find out about current and future volunteer opportunities here.

Student Forms & Resources

Student Forms & Resources

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

Community Partner Resources & Information

Community Partner Resources & Information

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

Pillars of Service Learning

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

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:

E: servicelearning@phoenixcollege.edu

Location:

Student Union Building Phoenix College Main Campus