The Center for Global Service Learning

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Imagine a course where you will engage in meaningful service projects, visit amazing new places and receive academic credit!

The world is your classroom! The new Center for Global Service Learning at Kansas Wesleayn University provides unique and innovative opportunities to learn and serve in communities around the world. The Center for Global Service Learning was established to provide customized, dynamic Service Learning courses that will support established local-to-global community partners. In partnership with led2serveU, the Center is designed to provide cross-cultural, meaningful educational opportunities for students to be prepared to work in, understand, appreciate, and impact the world around them, as well as to advocate for world social justice. Innovative internship opportunities, vibrant learning experiences, both domestic and abroad, and life-changing service projects will be the hallmark of The Center.

Click here for a detailed description of all Service Learning course offerings at KWU, faculty and student resources, and calendar of events for The Center 

Attention Alumni: Join us for any one of these amazing experiences!

Kansas Wesleyan University alumni may travel with the team and enjoy a credit of $150.00 toward their journey. Anyone joining this Service Learning Journey as a non-registered student must complete a seperate questionaire and receive approval. (* limited number accepted). Contact Vanessa Puleo for more information.

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More about The Center and Its Offerings

Each course that will be offered through The Center will have an intentional service-learning project imbedded in the course. These projects will be strategically offered in existing (and future) locations. The goal is to allow everyone who serves in that community location to make an impact; not with just one visit but through a cumulative impact as repeated Service Learning Study Away courses continue to go back to the same partners. This effort supports and enhances the service projects as well as builds deeper relationships in each community. A cadre of trained leaders from led2serve will be at each location to guide students and faculty on the service-learning component.