Each of these courses incorporates a service-learning opportunity. TA’s in these courses are specially-trained to help students make the most of their service-learning through reflective assignments and class discussions that draw connections between community placements and academic material.
Additionally, students in these related courses come together in an end-of-year forum to present their work and listen to presentations by professionals working in mental health fields. This event is an opportunity for students to explore their interests in possible paths of engagement in the mental health field.
Connect / Reflect / Project
- Apply your academic skills and reflect on community experience in an academic context.
- Build professional and community experience related to mental health.
- Explore potential professional pathways and build professional connections.
- Reflect on and discuss your experiences in an interdisciplinary context that focuses on diverse application of skills and knowledge related to mental health.
For course eligibility, see Arts and Science calendar.
The Forum on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 is open to all students interested in the mental health field.
How to Participate
For more information about this activity or to indicate your interest, contact Linzi Manicom, Community Engaged Learning Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org