Workshops, Conferences, Events
"Learning by Doing: Fifty Years of Community Service Learning in the College of Ethnic Studies" | Friday, April 20th, 9:30am- 12:00pm, LIB 286 (Faculty Commons)
During its first 50 years, the College of Ethnic Studies has nurtured strong ties to community partners by placing students in volunteer positions and internships with some of the most dynamic organizations and agents of change in the SF Bay Area. Join us for this Friday morning April 20th workshop when five of the College’s most seasoned community partners will offer their insight about the best ways to promote social change through education. From their vantage point as activists in the field, and experiences working with SF State, community partners will share how to best prepare our students for their life’s work as agents of change. Following the speaker’s panel, we will engage participants in a collaborative workshop between community partners and faculty to identify best practices for Community Service Learning (CSL) in the next fifty years. Join us and learn more about our exciting work! Light refreshments will be served.
REGISTER NOW! Registration will close Wednesday, April 18th at noon.
For more information contact Nina Roberts, Ph.D., ICCE Faculty Director with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org; x8-6473 or Dr. Teresa Carrillo, Engaged Faculty Fellow, College of Ethnic Studies, email@example.com x8-3182