Service-Learning Faculty Training  

The first step toward becoming a Service-Learning practitioner at ACC is to take our Service-Learning Faculty Training. Learn how to adhere to the rigorous academic requirements of equitable community-engaged service-learning and develop a syllabus that includes a collaborative, critical, caring, and equity-centered service-learning project with a community partner.  Receive full support along the way!    

The training is offered in two formats: 

(1) A three-week synchronous online Summer Institute; or  

(2) A self-paced asynchronous online format offered year-round.

See our Event Calendar [link] for more information on upcoming training sessions.  

 Upon successful completion of the program you’ll receive the following:

  • Training in the best practices for designing equitable community-engaged service-learning courses
  • Membership in a community of equity- and community-focused ACC educators
  • Credentials allowing you to propose a Service-Learning Project and teach a Service-Learning (SVL) course
  • “Service-Learning Faculty Member” title 
  • A stipend of $150 and 6 hours professional development credit (plus the opportunity to apply for an additional $150 stipend after implementing a service-learning project for one semester)
  • The opportunity to apply for further Service-Learning Faculty Fellowships

Click here to enroll in Service-Learning Asynchronous Online Faculty Training now.