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Community Partners for Service Learning
Service Learning Faculty: If you need assistance:
- finding service learning placements for your students
- finding resources and model handouts
- learning how to integrate engagement
- how to have your class be "S" designated
Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Service Learning Community Partners for 2014-2015
Program Description: The mission of the APE program is to provide students with disabilities the accommodations needed to effectively participate in physical education. APE is looking for exercise assistants to help students with their individual programs and reach their personal fitness goals through a variety of physical activity courses.
Program Description: Our goal is to promote Asian Pacific American student empowerment and leadership through community awareness and involvement.
California History Center Silicon Valley Documentation Project - oral histories
Program Description: The California History Center and Foundation present exhibits, offer classes with De Anza College, publish books and a periodical, and operate a library and archives. Special events including lectures, panel discussions and workshops are also featured.
Program Description: This project consists of training 10 De Anza students to assist eligible DACA students fill out their DACA applications.
Program Description: HEFAS is an institutional and educational program that will provide resources, reduce financial stress, and create a safe learning environment for all students with an emphasis/including on undocumented AB540. We are dedicated to empower students, build leadership skills, promote social justice, and advocate for higher education.
Program Description: Our purpose is to promote understanding of the circumstances and rights of all AB540 students in a respectful and safe environment. Our weekly meetings will be a forum for sharing our life experiences, resources, and information as it pertains to current immigration.
Program Description: LEAD! started in 2005, and aims to help students find a connection to our college and their communities and understand how powerful they can be as agents for positive social change.
Program Description: Mentor high school student through community engagement projects and preparation for higher education.
Program Description: The Office of Equity, Social Justice and Multicultural Education promotes - through programs and services - an academic, cultural and social environment that provides equity, social justice and academic success for all members of the De Anza College campus community. It supports the district and college missions, which consider diversity an essential component of student education in the 21st century.
Program Description: Transition is a student group that advocates for better transportation options to De Anza College, including Bus Rapid Transit; a faster, frequent, and reliable form of public transportation. Our goal is to provide viable alternatives to the automobile so more students can get an education without wasting time on slow bus service or stuck in traffic.