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Service-Learning at Mount Aloysius College 

Service-Learning at Mount Aloysius College is a method of instruction in which students learn the content of the curriculum while actively participating in and reflecting on experiences that benefit both the community and the students. A service-learning position paper (Service-Learning Plan) was affirmed by the faculty in October 2005 in which this definition of service learning is articulated as well as statements regarding:

  • The relevance of service-learning to Mount Aloysius College (MAC)
  • Different models of service-learning
  • The approach that should be taken at MAC
  • A proposed timeline for implementation

Mount Aloysius College continues to develop its service-learning program through a Service-Learning Committee, monies available for service learning projects, or an annual Service-Learning Exposition.

2019-2020  Committee Members

  • Dr. Elizabeth Mansley- Chair
  • Ms. Desiree Beppler
  • Mr. Michael Shipman
  • Ms. Kim Washington
  • Mr. Frank Sankey
  • Ms. Samantha Smeltzer
  • Dr. Jodi Blubaugh
  • Ms. Brianna Baker
  • Dr. Patricia Ireland – Ex. Officio
Service Learning Expo Information

Click here to check out photos from past Expos.

The video below is from the 2017 Service Learning Expo.

Click here to check out the video from the Service Learning Expo from 2015!

Grant Application





Please fill out the form below (or the Printable PDF) to be considered for a grant.

I am a (required)

Name (required)

Phone (required)

Email (required)

Brief description of Project
(less than 250 words)

Course Title (required)

Associated Learning Objectives from Course

Approximate Number of Mount Aloysius Students Involved(if applicable)

Description of Outcomes and Measures

Project Timeline

Name of Community Partner Organization

Name of Community Partner Contact Person

Address of Community Partner

Community Partner Phone

Community Partner Email

Community Partner Website

Name of individual to whom funds will be distributed

Phone Number of Individual

Email of Individual

Income: List expected revenue for the project (if any) including sources and amounts. Community organizations or agencies receiving the service might choose to participate in the cost of the project or service. This would include any in-kind donations such as costs associated with on-site training by the agency, supervision of students while at the site, time and resources required to complete any paperwork.

Income

Expenses:Provide an itemized list of the expected expenses by expenditure type that will be charged to this grant. Please adhere to the List of Eligible Uses of Funds.

Training

Meetings and Conferences

Communications

Materials and Supplies

Travel

Additional Comments

Total Amount Requested

Service Learning Checklist

Fill out the Service Learning Checklist here.

Service Learning Expo Application

Download the application (PDF).

Email applications to Dr. Elizabeth Mansley emansley@mtaloy.edu or at her office St. Gerts 26.

Faculty Resource Guide

Download the guide faculty resource guide.

Contact Us

Please direct all inquiries regarding service learning to Service-Learning Committee Chair, Dr. Elizabeth Mansley at emansley@mtaloy.edu.

 

 


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