If you are participating in Service Learning through a course or a student organization, you should receive information about how to enroll in the program from your professor or your advisor. You may also contact the Service Learning Coordinator for assistance.
If you are participating as an individual, your first step is to complete the online sign-up form and sign the liability waiver form. For more information, contact the Service Learning Coordinator.
Visit the eCampus Community Service Learning site
For Service Learning projects through class assignments or club activities, your professor or advisor will provide information about approved agencies with which you may perform your service. These assignments and activities may be part of Service Saturdays.
For individual participation in Service Learning, you may volunteer at an agency of your choice or through Service Saturdays at Eastfield. Make sure you have your service site approved by the Service Learning Coordinator.
A list of available agencies can be found on the DCCCD Service Learning Website.
When you report for your service, remember that you are there to learn and to serve your community. You should dress appropriately and behave in a professional manner. If you are performing your service individually, report to the supervisor on your first day to receive your instructions.
Each time you report to your agency, fill in your time sheet and be sure someone from your agency signs it. If you are participating in Service Learning with your class and your professor is present, he or she can sign your time sheet for you.
Structured reflection is a critical part of the Service Learning process. It enables you to examine the critical issues related to your service, connect the service experience to your course of study, examine your civic engagement and values, and find relevance in the work you perform.
If you are participating in Service Learning as part of a course, your professor will provide instructions on your reflection process.
If you are participating as part of a student organization, reflection may be incorporated in the service project.
If you are participating in Service Learning as an individual or if you do not have another means of reflection, you must complete the Reflection Survey by the assigned date near the end of the semester.
All paperwork—time sheets, final reflection, and post-service questionnaire—are due before final exam week. If you are unsure about the due dates, check with your professor or the Service Learning Coordinator. Use the Service Learning Checklist to make sure you’ve completed all the components of your Service Learning experience.
Complete your Co-Curricular Transcript
Consider keeping an ePortfolio to showcase your achievements during your college career. You can share your ePortfolio with prospective employers, university admissions and scholarship programs, your friends, and family members.