Information for Students
The Leduc Center for Civic Engagement offers a wide variety of service opportunities for students to get involved. Whether you have 1 hour, 1 day, or all semester, we have a variety of volunteer opportunities that will fit your interests and needs. We offer:
- Federal Work-Study jobs,
- Connections jobs (Connections is a financial aid program where a $500 curriculum support fee waiver is awarded for 50 hours of community service or educational research that is completed per semester at one approved site. For more information about the program, please click here),
- Internship or class credit, and
- Volunteer Projects.
For more information, please contact Deirdre Healy, Assistant Director:
Student Employment Opportunities
In addition to the jobs offered through Federal Work-Study and Connections, additional employment opportunities are listed below.
Service-Learning Teaching Assistants
Service-learning teaching assistants help faculty with the day-to-day details of implementing a service-learning class. They may serve as liaisons with community organizations or assist student groups with project conceptualization or implementation. They are trained and supervised by the faculty member(s) with whom they are working.
In most instances, the assistant will have already completed the class for which they are assisting. Information and requirements can be found in the Application.
Please check back often for other employment opportunities!