Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Coming this Fall: Service Learning Practicum Courses

Earn college credit, challenge yourself and make a difference in the community. What’s a practicum? It’s a supervised practical learning experience to help you build career skills. The classes are great for your resume and can help you decide what you might want to do after college.

Vol State has four course options this coming Fall semester. Any student can take any option. Explore something new or use the experience to expand your major work.

• Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Service Learning Practicum: 3 credit hours
Work with the EXPLORE program’s urban youth to build a greener Nashville along the Cumberland River by land and boat. CRN 83719.

• Humanities Service Learning Practicum: 1 credit hour
Take part in outside environmental sustainability projects at a state park. CRN 83435.

• Humanities Service Learning Practicum-Livingston: 1 credit hour
Organize an event to raise money for a community group. CRN 83666.

• Social Science and Education Service Learning Practicum: 1 credit hour
Teach children about health and wellness. CRN 83467.

Talk to your advisor for details on how to register. You can also call the Service Learning Office at 615-230-3307.

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