Each year between 80-100 community-engaged learning courses are offered at UVM. These courses create meaningful partnerships among students, community partners, and faculty to provide students with hands-on learning in real-world situations while addressing community priorities.
The Faculty Fellows for Community-Engaged Learning program offers a cohort of faculty & staff from a range of disciplines the opportunity to explore community-engaged teaching. Throughout, faculty have opportunities to plan and workshop their own course ideas with peers and mentors.
Community-engaged learning courses can offer technical, logistical, analytical, educational, design, or clinical support to community partners. CELO works with community partners to create reciprocal learning opportunities that address their needs and priorities.