Service-Learning Community Partners
"Thank you for the opportunity to participate [in this service learning project]. I am looking forward to reviewing the reports and the flashy landfill calculator! It was easy and enjoyable to work with both you and Joan [the TA]. Your course was very well organized, and I was impressed by the level of understanding about the issues the students developed in such a short period of time. I hope we can do this again next year."
-Carey Hengstenberg, Community Partner with Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation Waste Mangement Division
The Rubenstein School values its community partnerships and has worked with hundreds of community groups, non-profit organizations, schools, churches, municipalities, and state and federal agencies through service-learning projects.
A list of community partner organizations was started in the fall of 2011 and will be expanded upon each semester as future service-learning courses foster partnerships with new community partners.
Resources for Community Partners
- There are different ways that community partners can engage with Rubenstein School students — through internships, service-learning courses, and volunteer opportunities. If you are a community partner and unsure of the type of partnership appropriate for your organization and/or potential student projects, see our Community Partnership Opportunities (pdf) guide.
- UVM's Office of Community-University Partnerships and Service-Learning (CUPS) has resources for community agencies interested in becoming partners in service-learning. See the CUPS website for more information.
- Rubenstein School Service Learning Courses
For more information about becoming a Service-Learning partner with Rubenstein School, contact Margaret Burke, Community Based Learning Coordinator, at email@example.com or 802-656-1326.