Community Engagement and Service-Learning

The Community Engagement and Service-Learning Office coordinates efforts to involve Drake students in meaningful community engagement and service-based learning opportunities.

Eligibility
Faculty, Staff

Resources
The office can provide resources, logistical support, and literature for faculty and staff interested in organizing and taking part in service-learning opportunities. Service-Learning Mini Grants of $250 are available to support faculty, staff, and students in creating service-learning experiences by underwriting the costs of supplies, group transportations, and other logistical needs. The Ron and Jane Olson Global Service-Learning Faculty Fellowships are designed to support faculty and staff in creating and exploring global service-learning experiences at home or abroad by providing course-development awards and funding for site exploration; the amount awarded depends on location and duration of exploration.

Timeline
Service-Learning Mini Grants applications are accepted on a rolling basis; review time is about two weeks.

Learn More
www.drake.edu/servicelearning/forfacultystaff/

Contact
Renee Sedlacek, Assistant Director Director of Community Engagement and Service-Learning, renee.sedlacek@drake.edu.

University News
September 15, 2017
Audience members will vote on the repertoire for the Sept. 25 performance by Steven Spooner, who opens the fifth season of the Keys to Excellence Piano Series at Drake University.
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