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  • Community Service Learning « Faculty « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    2012 2013 Academic Year 7 Colleges 47 Departments 270 Faculty 451 CSL Course Sections 8 670 Students Enrolled in CSL Courses 232 237 Students CSL Hours Estimate 58hrs Average per Student 134 385 Clients Served Estimate 2 3 Million Value of Services to San Francisco Bay Area communities at the City of SF 2010 minimum wage of 9 92 per hour Return to Top Creating a Course The Community Service Learning Program CSL coordinates campus wide CSL into the undergraduate and graduate curricula at San Francisco State by a helping faculty identify and or develop their CSL courses b identifying appropriate placement sites for the service component and c helping community partners businesses non profits and public government agencies connect with appropriate departments and faculty Faculty wishing to develop a CSL course should follow the steps below Step 1 Design Develop a course design that includes a service component and reflection activity For assistance please contact Perla Barrientos at 415 338 3282 or email barrient sfsu edu Step 2 Designation Officially have the course designated as a Community Service Learning CSL course If this has not been done please contact Perla Barrientos at 415 338 3282 or email barrient sfsu edu Step 3 Identify Community Partner s Search our online ULink49 database for appropriate placements ICCE staff can do this for you ULink49 lists organizations that meet SF State s risk management requirements and who have signed a formal CSL agreement with ICCE Contact Jean Gasang via email at jlgasang sfsu edu Step 4 Student Placement This is a requirement for all SF State students participating in community engaged work Have students register in the ULink49 web based database where they are informed of their rights and are given guidelines for student conduct Have students watch the Give Back video

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  • CSL Course Designation « Faculty « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    Design Grants Awards Students Community Partners Staff Community Engagement Programs Forms Publications Resources Contact Us If you are interested in designating a CSL course please download the example and the Designation forms and then return the completed form to ICCE SF State HSS 206 Phone 415 338 6419 Fax 415 338 0587 Email icce sfsu edu For questions please contact Jen Gasang at 415 338 3283 or email jlgasang sfsu edu ICCE Home Faculty CSL Course Designation CSL Course Design In AY 2002 2003 SF State s Academic Senate passed the Community Service Learning CSL Designation Policy S03 224 which states that CSL courses be identified in the University Bulletin and in Class Schedules to help students identify CSL courses ICCE also lists CSL courses on its website To see the policy in detail please download the pdf below Designation Policy pdf Academic Senate Policy S03 224 CSL Designation Request form Writable Word document Please complete and send to Jen Gasang EXAMPLE CSL Course Profile pdf Sample of a completed CSL Course Designation Profile Each semester s Class Schedule will indicate by footnote which section includes the CSL component More than 47 departments currently offer CSL opportunities The Designation policy

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  • Grants & Awards « Faculty « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    it is one of the few CSL courses in all graduate programs at SF State The MPA s mission overlaps substantially with the CSL program s purpose of enhancing academic skills through service to the community Prof Shea capitalized on this potential by developing PA 745 Nonprofit Management later designated PA 746 Organizational Learning and Nonprofit Management into a CSL course The MPA is an applied professional degree with a mission of enhancing individuals and organizational effectiveness in public service through study research and community engagement Throughout the process of developing the CSL course Prof Shea documented her experiences with the aim of advising other MPA professors on the process This resulted in an article published in the Journal of Public Affairs Education From Traditional to Client Based Nonprofit Management Course Design Reflections on a Recent Course Conversion co authored with alumna Amy Farah Weiss the leading national journal on teaching in public affairs programs 2014 Bay Area Jefferson Awards for Public Service Jessica Wolin MPH MCRP Established in 1972 by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis the Jefferson Award is considered the Nobel Prize for public service It recognizes people who make a difference on a daily basis in their local communities unsung heroes who do extraordinary things without expectation of recognition or award We are proud to announce Professor Jessica Wolin in the Health Education Department as this year s recipient of the Bay Area Jefferson Award for Public Service Prof Wolin s strong and enduring relationships with leaders from the city and county health departments that serve the Bay Area as well as with representatives of a large and diverse network of community based organizations are invaluable in all of the work she does For instance she is a co founder of the Women s Community Clinic which has served

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  • CSL Courses « Students « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    680 Field Course in Criminal Justice 4 Units CJ 699 Independentl Study 1 4 Units Dance DANC 300 Dance Organizational Strategies and Field Topics 3 Units DANC 340 Creative Proccess in Dance for Children 3 Units DANC 399 University Dance Theatre 2 Units DANC 461 Advanced Choreography Performance Production 3 Units DANC 560 Supervised Experience in Dance Education 3 Units DANC 699 Special Study 1 3 Units Design and Industry DAI 505 Research and Development Laboratory 3 Units DAI 575 Laboratory Practices 3 Units DAI 576 Practical Experience Internship 3 Units DAI 852 Directed Experience in Design and Industry 3Units DAI 899 Independent Study 3 Units Economics ECON 640 Health Economics Analysis and Research Engineering ENGR 220 Energy Resources Alternatives and Conservation English ENG 394 Fieldwork Portfolio 1 Unit ENG 395 Tutoring Portfolio 1 Unit ENG 397 The Journal 1 Unit ENG 417 Academic Literacy and the Urban Adolescent 3 Units ENG 419 Advanced Composition for Teachers 3 Units ENG 425 Language in Context 3 Units ENG 695 Community Work Experience 3 Units ENG 696 Student Experience in Schools 3 Units ENG 733 Seminar Student Teaching for TESOL 3 Units Environmental Studies ENVS 640 Recreation Use National Parks 3 Units ENVS 680 Environmental Studies Internship 1 3 Units Ethnic Studies ETHS 470 Latina o Immigration to the U S 3 Units GE ETHS 580 Educational Equity 3 Units ETHS 697 Field Research or Internship in Ethnic Studies 1 3 Units French FR 450 French Francophone Literature Linguistics and or Culture 3 GE Geography Environment GEOG GEOL 642 Watershed Assessment and Restoration Health Education HED 280 Empowering Poor Families to Graduate Out of Poverty 3 Units HED 455 Community Organizing Community Building for Health 3 GE HED 671 Practice of Peer Health Education 3 Units HED 821 Public Health Profession Practice 3 Units HED 822 Advanced Public Health Profession Practice 3 Units History HIST 681 Community Service Learning in the Schools 3 Units GE Information Systems ISYS 573 New Advances in IT in Organizations 3 Units Interdisciplinary Studies in Education ISED 201 The EOP Student and the University 3 Units ISED 699 Independent Study 1 3 Units ISED 739 Education and Community Development Equity and Diversity 3 International Business IBUS 699 Independent Study 2 3 Units IBUS 899 Special Study 1 3 Units Jewish Studies JS 350 Jewish Social Responsibility 3 Units GE JS 600 Internship 3 Units JS 800 Internship 3 Units Journalism JOUR 335 Photojournalism II 3 Units JOUR 536 Latina o Journalism 3 units JOUR 560 Public Journalism 3 Units Kinesiology KIN 620 Advanced Practicum in Kinesiology 2 Units KIN 696 Kinesiology Community Based Internship 3 Units KIN 699 Independentl Study 1 3 Units Latino Latina Studies LTNS 205 Cyber Raza Culture and Community Online 3 Units GE LTNS 210 Latina o Health Care Perspectives 3 Units GE LTNS 215 Introduction to Latina o Studies 3 Units LTNS 265 Topics in Latina o History 3 Units GE LTNS 276 Latina o U S Government and Constitutional Ideals 3

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  • About Us « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    and number of hours they served at their service learning site However students should track their hours in SF State s ULink49 web based database Students should submit their hours on ULink49 make sure that their site supervisor approves the hours and they should notify their service learning professor that hours have been verified and approved by the site supervisor Once completed and approved by their site supervisor it provides verification of their service to the organization as well as a history of their contributions to the site Student Performance Evaluation This form is used at the discretion of SF Sate course instuctor Site supervisor will complete this assessment of student s performance Protocol for Termination of Students This protocol can be used by the community site to terminate community engaged student volunteering working with their agency IMPORTANT Complete Certificate Video Certificate of Completion Print Sign This video uses images interviews and text to provide information on the City s Diverse neighborhoods and cultures background on how to work with communities respectfully while doing community engaged work and provides clarity about student s rights responsibilities as well as faculty expectations around civic engagement and leadership development All SF State Students participating in community engaged work are required to watch this 13 minute video and download the Certificate of Completion Video form acknowledging that they have done so This form needs to be returned to the course instructor Return to Top Student Forms The following are resources for students taking a CSL course at SF State All documents are in PDF format Community Engagement Learning Plan Required This is the official document which describes your specific responsibilities at the service learning site The course instructor site supervisor and you must sign this document Student Sign in Sheet This form is provided to assist you in tracking the activities and number of hours you served at your service learning site You should submit your hours on ULink49 make sure that your site supervisor approves the hours and you should notify your service learning professor that hours have been verified and approved by the site supervisor This web based database ULink49 provides verification of your service to the organization as well as a history of your contributions to the site Student Performance Evaluation This form is used at the discretion of SF State course instructor Check with your instructor to see if they require this form and the due date Your site supervisor will complete this assessment of your performance Your service learning course professor will consider the remarks of this evaluation in determining your final grade in your service learning course You are responsible for having your site supervisor complete this form after verifying your Activity and completed CSL Hours Protocol for Termination of Students This protocol can be used by the community site to terminate your volunteer work with their agency IMPORTANT Complete Certificate Video Certificate of Completion Print Sign This video uses images interviews and text to provide information on

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  • CSL Courses « Students « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    Field Course in Criminal Justice 4 Units CJ 699 Independent Study 1 4 Units Dance DANC 300 Dance Organizational Strategies and Field Topics 3 Units DANC 340 Creative Process in Dance for Children 3 Units DANC 399 University Dance Theatre 2 Units DANC 461 Advanced Choreography Performance Production 3 Units DANC 560 Supervised Experience in Dance Education 3 Units DANC 699 Special Study 1 3 Units Design and Industry DAI 505 Research and Development Laboratory 3 Units DAI 575 Laboratory Practices 3 Units DAI 576 Practical Experience Internship 3 Units DAI 852 Directed Experience in Design and Industry 3Units DAI 899 Independent Study 3 Units Economics ECON 640 Health Economics Analysis and Research Engineering ENGR 220 Energy Resources Alternatives and Conservation English ENG 417 Academic Literacy and the Urban Adolescent 3 Units ENG 419 Advanced Composition for Teachers 3 Units ENG 425 Language in Context 3 Units Environmental Studies ENVS 640 Recreation Use National Parks 3 Units ENVS 680 Environmental Studies Internship 1 3 Units Ethnic Studies ETHS 470 Latina o Immigration to the U S 3 Units GE ETHS 580 Educational Equity 3 Units ETHS 697 Field Research or Internship in Ethnic Studies 1 3 Units French FR 450 French Francophone Literature Linguistics and or Culture 3 GE Geography Environment GEOG GEOL 642 Watershed Assessment and Restoration Health Education HED 280 Empowering Poor Families to Graduate Out of Poverty 3 Units HED 455 Community Organizing Community Building for Health 3 GE HED 671 Practice of Peer Health Education 3 Units HED 821 Public Health Profession Practice 3 Units HED 822 Advanced Public Health Profession Practice 3 Units History HIST 681 Community Service Learning in the Schools 3 Units GE Information Systems ISYS 573 New Advances in IT in Organizations 3 Units Interdisciplinary Studies in Education ISED 201 The EOP Student and the University 3 Units ISED 699 Independent Study 1 3 Units ISED 739 Education and Community Development Equity and Diversity 3 International Business IBUS 699 Independent Study 2 3 Units IBUS 899 Special Study 1 3 Units Jewish Studies JS 350 Jewish Social Responsibility 3 Units GE JS 600 Internship 3 Units JS 800 Internship 3 Units Journalism JOUR 536 Latina o Journalism 3 units Kinesiology KIN 620 Advanced Practicum in Kinesiology 2 Units KIN 696 Kinesiology Community Based Internship 3 Units KIN 699 Independent Study 1 3 Units Latino Latina Studies LTNS 205 Cyber Raza Culture and Community Online 3 Units GE LTNS 210 Latina o Health Care Perspectives 3 Units GE LTNS 215 Introduction to Latina o Studies 3 Units LTNS 265 Topics in Latina o History 3 Units GE LTNS 276 Latina o U S Government and Constitutional Ideals 3 Units LTNS 315 Latina os in California 3 Units LTNS 320 Latina o Art History 3 Units GE LTNS 410 Seminar on Gender and Latina os 3 Units GE LTNS 415 Economic Progress of Latinos in the U S 3 Units GE LTNS 425 Popular and Traditional Music of the Latina o Diaspora 3 GE

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  • Process « Students « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    on the City s Diverse neighborhoods and cultures background on how to work with communities respectfully while doing community engaged work and provides clarity about student s rights responsibilities as well as faculty expectations around civic engagement and leadership development 4 Perform the required service and keep track of your hours with your site supervisor minimum of 20 hours per semester or as directed by course instructor You can keep track of your service hours in ULink49 and request that Agency Supervisor verify those hours Once you have completed the hours inform course instructor that your hours have been approved by the Agency Those hours will be reflected on your official transcript Do you already at a community site and you cannot find your agency opportunity in ULink49 Or you want to work with a site not listed Please contact ICCE at 415 338 6419 or come visit us at HSS 206 Return to Top Forms Community Engagement Forms Certificate of Completion For Give Back Video Community Engagement Learning Plan Student Sign In Sheet Student Performance Evaluation Protocol for Termination FAQs Why do I need to register in ULink49 When you choose and your course instructor approves your CSL option you must register with ULink49 as to understand your rights responsibilities and agree to the student code of conduct When you register in ULink49 you will be covered under SF State s insurance policy that covers all students who do community engagement off campus Why should I use the community partners in ULink49 All community partners in ULink49 are approved learning sites When a site is approved this means They are deemed safe based on the guidelines set by the CSU Chancellor s office all sites have agreed to a Community Engagement Agreement agencies are informed about the goals and

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  • Awards & Internships « Students « ICCE « San Francisco State University
    in Health Education She has made the Dean s List for eight consecutive semesters due to her superior academic achievement and a 3 94 GPA Born and raised in South San Francisco Ms Tolentino is an impassioned public health scholar and advocate Ms Tolentino s community experience and studies reflect how she embraces her advocacy role in health education She was recently elected as the 2014 2015 Health and Social Science HSS Representative in Associated Students at SF State Her role is to mobilize HSS students faculty staff and administration in efforts to unite the College and increase her own accountability to the students she represents At the core of her leadership values is the need to have an inclusive space for voices to be heard in the decision making process Ms Tolentino displays a sincere and passionate attitude about learning and doing positive work in her community Working with the Asian American Recovery Services in her hometown of Daly City she learned firsthand how the power of community members could influence public policy After spending months helping the organization collect data on the contributing factors of underage youth drinking a proposed draft was presented to the Daly City Council meeting This came about by researching various stakeholders among the community through surveys and interviews with Daly City youth business owners and parents Ms Tolentino was instrumental in using this research to inform a policy proposal which was then supported by the Mayor of Daly City Through the Panetta Internship she hopes to continue to gain the knowledge and skills that will lay the foundation for a future career in social welfare policy In addition after graduating from SF State she intends to pursue a Master s degree in social work America Counts The America Counts tutoring program is a federally funded work study program in which ICCE hires SF State students to tutor youth in K 8 public schools and after school programs throughout San Francisco The program focuses on elementary and middle school students who are struggling with their math skills but tutors may be asked to tutor facilitate in other areas such as reading history sports etc There is no cost to community partner sites or to the parents of children being tutored The goal of the program is to help build a strong mathematical foundation for students and in so doing ensure greater college success and access to careers in a growing technological market An America Counts tutor must be willing to Make a full year commitment fall and spring semesters and work a minimum of 8 hours per week Tutor children ages 4 to 12 years old Work for 12 00 per hour America Counts Application Due Friday September 5th 2014 by 5pm AC Student Application AY 2014 2015 For more information please contact Jose Lopez at jirlopez sfsu edu Return to Top JusticeCorps Program JusticeCorps recruits and trains 250 diverse university students annually to serve in overburdened legal self help centers throughout California The

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