St. John Fisher College
Service-Learning Project Proposal
NOTE: After completion of this form, please notify Dr. Lynn Donahue that an application has been submitted so that she can contact you to discuss next steps.
Service-Learning addresses identified community needs and enhances the learning experience within an academic course. We match students with meaningful projects to support community impact areas such as academic success, environmental sustainability, community health, poverty alleviation, and nonprofit and small business development.
Students engage in client support (e.g. tutoring, mentoring, training, oral histories) and/or capacity-building projects (e.g. marketing, technology, video, events, and research).
Please help us meet your needs and match you with a service-learning course by completing this form.
For which academic semester(s) are you interested in partnering with a service learning course?
NEEDS AND ASSETS: Please identify one or more need, challenge, or problem your organization or program face that a service-learning project could help address. You can also describe your program's strengths, assets, or goals that you’re striving to develop, but lack the resources to do so. If you're unsure, please feel free to go directly to the Activities question where you'll be prompted to choose from a list of choice.
ACTIVITIES: Please identify which of the following activities could help your organization meet its needs, build on its strengths, or achieve its goals.
Identify your CLIENT SUPPORT needs.