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  • Community Service Learning « Students « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    0587 Email icce sfsu edu Last Update 10 7 2014 Students Community Service Learning Community Service Learning Community service learning CSL allows you to improve your academic skills by doing hands on volunteer service outside of the classroom that addresses local community needs At SF State the hours you complete in officially recognized community service learning classes 30 per semester are recorded on your Official Transcript This enhances scholarship and or graduate school applications and shows future employers that you have real world job experience At SF State nearly 200 service learning courses are available to you Benefits of Community Service Learning Win cash awards scholarships paid internships or get paid for service Get hands on experience in your field of study like Stacey Jones did Enhance your resume while exploring career opportunities Students like Amee Bearne got a job after graduation because of her civic work Boost your grad school application CSL hours on your Official Transcript show initiative and commitment Develop problem solving leadership and communication skills See Christopher Zepeda Make friends and develop networking opportunities Make a difference affect policy outcomes or advocate for change A good example is Khary Dvorak Ewell Celebrate your success Get involved

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~icce/students/csl_4students.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Partnering with ICCE « Community Partners « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    San Francisco and the Bay Area Increasing student learning while helping to co create positive changes in our communities is at the heart of partnering with ICCE and SF State Benefits of Partnering with ICCE Future staff Energetic students help you provide direct services Students often choose to work as professional staff where they performed service If you hire them after graduation they are already trained Future volunteers or donors Students can promote your cause to their networks of friends family and other students CSL students may become your biggest boosters Recruit student volunteers at our Nonprofit Fair each semester Nonprofit Government Fair Statistics AY 2013 2014 This free event gives our community partners a chance to table recruit volunteers and inform our campus community about the services and volunteer opportunities they offer In kind contributions You can list student services as an in kind contribution in grant proposals For Academic Year 13 14 number of students who attended the fair was 2 595 NEW 2014 Community Partner Recognition Award AHC ArtEsteem The Community Service Learning CSL Program a unit within the Institute for Civic and Community Engagement ICCE recognizes and honors one community partner each year for contributing to the institutionalization of community service learning CSL at SF State The CSL program is proud to announce Attitudinal Healing Connection AHC and ArtEsteem from Oakland CA as this year s recipient of the Community Partner Recognition Award For close to 20 years the AHC ArtEsteem art and literacy program has helped develop creative engaged and successful children youth through building knowledge and emotional social academic and intellectual skills The program has reached 50 000 youth and adults and provided programs to approximately 57 schools in Oakland and the larger East Bay Most recently AHC ArtEsteem through the Oakland Upper Heroes

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~icce/comm_partners/partnering_w_icce.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Current Location « ICCE « Staff Community Engagement
    Indeed a commitment to community collaboration and mutually beneficial partnerships is enshrined in the University s mission statement in the University s Strategic Plan Community Engaged Scholarship Award for SF State Staff The Community Service Learning CSL program a unit within the Institute for Civic and Community Engagement established the Award for Excellence in Community Engagement in the Spring of 2009 to recognize and encourage exceptional engagement within the surrounding

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~icce/staff_ce/community_engagement.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Progams « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    Service Learning NEN University Forms Publications Resources Contact Us We thank all of our community partners for their contributions to student learning some of whom are SF Board of Supervisors SF District Attorney s Office Chinatown Community Development Center Dolores Street Community Services Huckleberry House SF Parks Alliance Mission Minded Pets are Wonderful Support PAWS SF ICCE Home Page ICCE Affiliates Programs ICCE Programs Learning Together Creating Positive Change ICCE

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~icce/programs.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Publications & Resources « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    make a difference Click on the graphical book cover to order a copy of the publications below Books Service Learning for Civic Engagement Series Stylus Publishing LLC Series Editor Gerald Eisman Director Institute for Civic Community Engagement at San Francisco State University Foreword by Robert A Corrigan President of San Francisco State University Gender Identity Equity and Violence Edited by Geraldine B Stahly The authors of the thirteen chapters in Gender Identity Equity and Violence bring excitement and innovations to teaching about gender from a wide range of theoretical and discipline perspectives The book provides many examples of the power of learning through experience as the authors demonstrate that the authority of the feminist teacher as intellectual and theorist finds expression in the goal of making students themselves theorists of their own lives by interrogating and analyzing their own experience Weiler 1991 Race Poverty and Social Justice Edited by José Z Calderón Race Poverty and Social Justice explores multiple examples of how to connect classrooms to communities through service learning and participatory research to teach issues of social justice The various chapters provide examples of how collaborations between students faculty and community partners create models of democratic spaces on and off campus where the students are teachers and the teachers are students Research Advocacy and Political Engagement Edited by Sally Tannenbaum Research Advocacy and Political Engagement showcases innovative approaches to using service learning to introduce students to political engagement Faculty from disciplines as diverse as Political Science Education Urban and Regional Planning Business Communications Sociology Mathematics Economics and Women s Studies share stimulating ideas and adaptable models that advance disciplinary knowledge develop collaboration with communities and engage students in the political process Promoting Health and Wellness in Underserved Communities Edited by Anabel Pelham and Elizabeth Sills This book explores how

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~icce/publications.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Contact Us « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    bar development and template design Last Update 10 30 2014 Contact Us Institute for Civic and Community Engagement Address Institute for Civic and Community Engagement San Francisco State University 1600 Holloway Avenue HSS 206 San Francisco CA 94132 4027 Phone 415 338 6419 Fax 415 338 0587 Email icce sfsu edu Faculty and departments should contact their College Liaison listed below for questions and support Jen L Gasang Interim Director

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~icce/contact.html (2016-02-13)
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  • ULink49 Login « ICCE Home « San Francisco State University
    July 7 2014 Current Community Partners Deadlines to post new volunteer opportunties is August 11 2014 DISCLAIMER The Institute for Civic and Community Engagement updates the listing of community partners once a year Although care is taken to provide correct information there may be unintended errors changes or deletions without notification Users of this list communicate with community partners and or individuals at their own risk The California State University officers agents and employees of the California State University shall not be liable for any errors or omissions made in the compilation of this listing Any individual with a disability who experiences difficulty in accessing this website can call a staff member at the Institute for Civic and Community Engagement for assistance at 415 338 6419 ULink49 Login ULink49 Instructions for New Users San Francisco State University students faculty members and community partner agencies can log in and gain access to ULink49 new web based community engagement opportunity database ULink49 is an online resource where SF State students may search listings of current community engagement opportunities volunteer internship and service learning opportunities All placement opportunities are provided by non profit or public agencies and are approved by ICCE A user

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~icce/login.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Colleges + Departments - Degrees + Majors - Future Students - San Francisco State University
    Students Internet Explorer Users This website may display best using compatibility view Find us on Facebook and Twitter Word on the Street More Word on the Street Brochures Printable e brochures in pdf format are available for download on the Student Outreach Services website Useful Tip Internet Explorer 7 0 Mozilla Firefox or Safari users visiting this page can increase or decrease the font size by holding the Ctrl key

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/future/degrees/colleges.html (2016-02-13)
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