Advanced Field Experience

Project Info
Instructor: 
Sandra hendricks
Course Number: 
106
Most recent project completion date: 
May 21, 2010
Number of Students that participated: 
39
Total number of service hours completed by class: 
360
Community need or issue addressed by the Service-Learning project: 
Poverty (Hunger, Housing, Homelessness, Community and Economic Development, Employment)**
Youth/Education (Youth Development, At-risk Youth, mentoring, tutoring, primary/secondary Education)**
Senior Citizen Services
Special Needs Support for the Disabled
Other, Please describe:
AODA Treatment, Domestic Violence, Child Welfare, Support for Vulnerable Families, Corrections
The Learning Objectives of the project: 
Incorporate program coursework into real-world settings
Demonstrate human services core skills, attitudes & values
Learn community resources
Apply professional ethics
Which of these Service Learning Models was used?: 
Placement Model (Student placed at an agency)
Presentation Model (Students presented information to a community group or agency)
Types of assessment tools used to document and share lessons learned: 
Class discussion
Journaling
Presentation
Which MATC Core Abilities were met?: 
Communicate Effectively
Collaborate with Others
Respect Diversity
Demonstrate Responsibility
Think Critically
Utilize Technology
Embrace Change
AHA moments – transformational experiences reported, comments, lessons, suggestions for others, etc.: 
Too many to even begin to document.