The Center for Service-Learning strives to make service an integral part of students’ education so they’re prepared to be lifelong learners, responsible community members and productive citizens.
Brevard Community College developed the Center for Service-Learning to systematically involve and support students in educational and important public service experiences. Since the Center’s inception in 1988, more than 67,898 students have collectively served more than 2.2 million hours. Today the Center is recognized and respected as one of the best service-learning programs in the United States.
What is Service-Learning?
Service-Learning is the blending of both service and learning goals and experiences that are enriched by each other and greater together than separate. It’s a teaching method and educational experience that helps students learn and develop through active participation in thoughtfully organized service experiences that provide structured time for reflections, while fostering academic learning, a sense of caring and civic responsibility.
"Service-Learning is an extraordinary educational method that integrates academic study with volunteer work. BCC's Service-Learning program has phenomenal impacts on the community, the college and especially the students. Our program is a national model and leader in the field and continues to achieve recognition for its decades-long tradition of excellence."
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