CTLB03H3, Introduction to Community Engaged Learning course will not be offered in the Fall 2020 term, but will return for the Winter 2021 term.
The typically "in-class" lecture will be remotely offered (synchronously) through Quercus.
Placements will involve students working with community partners remotely or, if necessarily onsite, with strict precautions in place.
We appreciate your patience while we work with community partners to develop engaging, yet safe, experiential learning opportunities. We hope to start posting Winter 2021 placements by Fall 2020.
Students who wish to create their own placements for Winter 2020 are encouraged to start contacting potential supervisors as early as possible.
EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES
As a student do you:
- want a chance to learn from and give to your communities?
- want to deepen your understanding of your academic discipline?
- want to learn about and practice transferrable, real-world skills?
- want to gain hands-on experience in a field you might consider in your future?
If you are a student interested in a placement experience, please select "Apply Now".
As a community partner would you like to:
- give an enthusiastic student a chance to engage with your organization?
- have students learn more about and contribute to your organization?
- work with enthusiastic, bright "young" minds?
Our Experiential Learning program provides opportunities for students where they are matched with placement opportunities offered by their communities. As part of the experience, students reflect on how their academic knowledge enhances their delivery of service and how that service experience informs their academic understanding.
If you are a community partner with a placement to offer, please contact us:
Kamini Persaud, Coordinator, Experiential Learning, CTL
Amelia Seto-Hung, Course and Program Assistant, CTL