In the accelerated world of learning, it sometimes becomes difficult to see how hard work in the classroom translates into life-long growth and success. Community Service-Learning (CSL) provides opportunities for integration of classroom theories through practical application.
By engaging with the community, the importance of research and debates in the academic world becomes clear. The knowledge and skill set gained through university studies is valued in our community, and the work done in CSL courses contributes to goals within our community.
By getting out of the classroom and volunteering in various organizations, students and community members share in the learning process. CSL provides opportunities to create relationships, gain practical work skills, and reflect upon the importance of university study.