- 1992 to present: Community Service and Civic Engagement in Mexico - School of Social Work
- 1996 to present: Community Service and Civic Engagement in England - School of Social Work
Academic Service-Learning is a teaching methodology that utilizes community service as a means of helping students gain a deeper understanding of course objectives, acquire new knowledge, and engage in civic activity
American Humanics is a national alliance of colleges, universities, nonprofit agencies, and collaborating professional organizations dedicated to preparing and certifying undergraduate students for careers in the nonprofit sector. More than 5,000 students in over 100 colleges and universities are either enrolled in, or have been certified by, an American Humanics program.
Capstone course-work in: accounting, arts management, communication, public relations, special education, secondary education in mathematics, women studies, interior design, and engineering technology
Co-ops and Internships:
- Entrepreneurship internships
- Student teaching
- Social Work placements
- Management practicuums
- Internships in nursing
- Occupational Therapy practicuums
The intent of the project is to implement interventions that support high academic standards, promote faculty collaboration across disciplines, and increase student performance and persistence in demanding fields.
The Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management is a
five-course (14-15 credit hours) curriculum that is flexible
enough to meet the needs of both pre-career and inservice
This unique certificate is designed to develop the competencies of community leaders, professionals and staff of nonprofit organizations in leadership, resource development and program evaluation; in understanding the community as a complex system; in understanding their organizations’ potential for civic action; and in understanding how to improve the capacity of their community organizations to meet their missions and strengthen the community.
The Honors College at Eastern Michigan University offers highly qualified and motivated students a small college experience with all the benefits of a large comprehensive university. The college is a close-knit community of faculty and gifted undergraduates engaged in intellectually challenging study, scholarship, research, and service.
The mission of the Eastern Michigan University Historic Preservation Program is to prepare students from a variety of educational and career backgrounds for professional service in the fields of preservation planning, historic administration, and heritage interpretation. The program fosters stimulating, creative, and professional interaction among students, faculty, local and regional planning agencies, and local preservation groups in order to provide both classroom theory and practical experience. The program aims to produce preservation professionals who, as cultural stewards, will improve the awareness and effectiveness of the preservation movement in the United States.
Learning Beyond the Classroom in the General Education program
Earn LBC credit for your involvement in student life outside the classroom! Learn more about our award-winning General Education (Gen. Ed.) curriculum, which includes a broad array of competencies and learning outcomes necessary to graduate and to be effective citizens and leaders in a global society.
The Michigan Service Scholars Program [MSS] provides $400,000 annually in scholarships state-wide to students attending Michigan Campus Compact [MCC] member campuses through a grant from The Michigan Community Service Commission and The Corporation for National and Community Service. Students willing to complete 300 hours of community service during one calendar year will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship, otherwise known as an educational award, to be used for qualified educational purposes. Community service hours can be completed during the academic year and/or over class breaks. To complete 300 hours during a regular academic year, students would need to average 9.5-10 hours of community service per week.
The Small Business Institute is a membership based assemblage of business schools that are committed to engaging qualified university students, under expert faculty supervision, to provide consulting to small business owners and managers as part of their educational training at the university.