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Connect Service and Learning 

ProCES courses connect service with academic work. Depending on the course, you might:

  • develop a theater piece with local youth or create a film;
  • review the scholarly literature on a key issue for the staff of a busy nonprofit organization;
  • debate ethical or theoretical understandings of service; or
  • evaluate potential responses to societal needs through the lens of a particular academic discipline.

ProCES courses have either an optional or required service or community-engaged learning component. Course Offerings will note this with these labels:

  • Community-Engaged Learning Component Required means that everyone in the course has the opportunity to engage with community members through activities such as in-class discussion, public presentations, or on-site research.
  • Community-Engaged Learning Component Optional indicates that either the course content engages themes of service without direct community engagement or that community engagement is optional.

ProCES courses recommended for Service Focus are indicated with the Service Focus icon: Service focus


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