SOURCE Service-Learning Academy
SOURCE Service-Learning Academy Overview
The SOURCE Service-Learning Academy is a one-year, comprehensive program that equips Fellows with all of the necessary tools and methods to develop critical service-learning partnerships and courses.
- Deadline: April 9, 2021
- Click here for 2020-2021 Community Fellows Application - Deadline: April 16, 2021
This academy is intended for:
- Faculty at any institution who are new to service-learning
- Faculty currently teaching service-learning courses
- Curriculum designers
- Community engagement staff and administrators
- Teaching and Learning staff and administrators
Coursework and Requirements
As a fellow, you will:
- Learn how to design critical service-learning projects from pedagogy experts, faculty, nonprofit leaders and community organizers
- Join a community of 70+ service-learning professionals in graduate and health education
- Work 1-to-1 with a faculty mentor to design service-learning courses and projects
- Attend a virtual summer seminar and monthly webinars that address specific topics like:
- critical pedagogy,
- community engagement best practices,
- designing reflections,
- and integrating social justice into education
- Virtual Summer Seminar: June 3-4, 2021
- Monthly Webinars: September thru November; January thru April
- 1-to-1 advising sessions with service-learning faculty mentor
The total cost of the Academy is $4,500.
This academy is non-credit continuing education, which is eligible for tuition remission if you are a full-time JHU faculty member. If you are not JHU faculty, check with your home institution about similar tuition-remission programs.
To learn more please contact the Fellowship director, Dr. Tyler Derreth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Past fellows have presented their work at national conferences and won dozens of teaching awards including the 2019 and 2020 Delta Omega Innovative Curriculum Awards.