Student Project Report Form

Service Learning

Student Project Report

Hello Service Learners! The Service Learning Project Report helps to tell your story and the story of students like yourself giving back to the community and applying skills learned in this course. By submitting this form, you will be considered to be an "Official" Service Learning student and will be eligible for receiving a Certificate of Completion and Graduation Medallion. View the Certificate & Medallion Policy.

Note: Be sure to complete all required sections of the form (noted by the red asterisk *). Once submitted, you will receive a message stating, "Thank you for submitting your Service Learning project information." If you do not see this message, please check your form again to ensure you've completed all required sections.

Trouble shooting: If you are having any challenges with submitting the below form, please call (440-366-4076) or visit the Career Services desk located on the first floor of the Bass Library/Community Resource Center.

Student Project Report Form (below):

Student Information
 
Class Information
 
Organization Information
 
Project Information
Project Description (In 150 words or less: Brief description of Service Learning project/activities, who the project affected, any outcomes etc.)
Community Impact (How many individuals in the community were directly affected by the service provided? Educated estimates are acceptable.)
Volunteers Recruited (Did you recruit others outside of your classmates or other Service Learning students to assist with project?)
 
Personal Impact
In 200 words or less, explain here: The impact the project had upon you, what skills did you use/learn, has it influenced you to be more civically engaged in the future, etc.
 
Photo Upload (Optional)
Photos are optional but encouraged! Pictures are worth 1,000 words!
 
Photo Approval:
 
Thank You!

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