Welcome to Project SHINE at Cal State Fullerton
Project SHINE is a national service-learning initiative that began at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA, to build partnerships among community colleges, universities and community-based organizations to benefit older immigrants, refugees and college students.
Project SHINE at Cal State Fullerton began in 2001. More than 800 students have provided over 15,000 hours of service working with more than 2,000 senior immigrants in north Orange County! Project SHINE links college students with immigrants who seek to learn English as a second language, increase their participation in the community and/or become U.S. citizens. As part of a service-learning course or as volunteers, the college students assist immigrants in a variety of ways, including teaching English, teaching citizenship, providing them with written histories in their native language and serving as conversation partners.
What it takes to be a part of Project SHINE
• 2 hours a week for 10 weeks
What you do NOT need
• No prior experience necessary
Attend an orientation and training session: meet in the CICE office in LH-206 on one of the following dates.
You do not need to register in advance -- just show up, and you'll receive all the information you need at the session.
If you cannot attend that session, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and "SHINE" in the subject line.
If you have previously attended a SHINE orientation, you do not have to attend again. Just complete the SHINE Volunteer Form, SHINE Photo Relase Form, Shine NOCCCD Parking Permit Form, and submit them to CICE in LH-206.
Email us or call (657) 278-3746
| SHINE Student Registration
USING HIGH IMPACT PRACTICES FOR STUDENT SUCCESS
Center for Internships & Community Engagement Hours Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm Location Langsdorf Hall, Room 206
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