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Service-Learning

For Wisconsin communities

Why Service-Learning?

Service-Learning impacts wherever you live and work

Service-Learning strengthens both education and community. Service-Learning helps build valuable partnerships between educational institutions and community-based organizations and businesses. Service-Learning projects meet local needs and provide opportunities for individuals to work collaboratively with others in their communities.

Partnering with higher education institutions

Higher education institutions throughout Wisconsin can provide you with knowledgeable and skilled faculty, staff and students who can bring many benefits to your programs.

Understanding Service-Learning in higher education

Tools to develop your own project

Finding Service-Learning partners

Key components to effective partnerships

Planning a Service-Learning partnership

Funding partnerships

Managing Service-learners

Risk management and liability

Reflecting on Service-Learning

Evaluating partnerships

Community-based research

Get higher education faculty, staff and students involved in your community-based research projects. Use these resources to plan successful community-based research partnerships.

Community standards

Service-Learning is a tool used to meet the genuine needs of a community. Learn more about standards of excellence for Service-Learning partnerships between educational institutions and the community at: http://comm-org.wisc.edu/sl/news.php.


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