SERVICE-LEARNING Grant Resources
- 2019-20 Grants
- Add Service-Learning to a Course
- Service-Learning Partnership Development
- Assessment/Scholarship of Service-Learning
- Faculty Conference Travel
- Faculty International Service-Learning Pre-Travel
- Student International Service-Learning Travel
- Photo and Reflection Guidelines for service-learning
To support development of service-learning courses and community partnerships resulting in transformational experiences for students.
2019-20 Grant Funding Available Now! See grant descriptions below for more information and links to RFPs and applications.
Grants are awarded through the Center for Internships & Community Engagement and funded by the CSU Chancellor’s Office Call to Service Initiative and/or the Student Success Initiative .
Add Service-Learning to a Course
up to $3,000
For faculty and lecturers seeking to adopt service-learning pedagogy and integrate a service-learning component into a course. Grant recipients will modify the curriculum of an established course or create a new course to include a required service-learning component.
SERVICE-LEARNING PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
up to $3,000
Faculty will strengthen a partnership between the University and the community through a collaboratively-conceived, course-related service-learning project that targets an unmet community need. Must result in an implemented project within the one-year grant period.
Assessment/Scholarship of Service-Learning
up to $2,000
Supports research or scholarship about service-learning. Example of projects include an assessment of the impact of a CSUF service-learning course or development of a manuscript for a peer-reviewed scholarly journal or book chapter about service-learning pedagogy. Assessment project or manuscript must be complete by the end of the grant period (December 15, 2018).
fACULTY Conference Travel
up to $500 for faculty/$1,000 per student co-presenter
Support for faculty or lecturers who will attend a professional or academic conference specifically to gain additional knowledge of service-learning pedagogy and/or to present (with or without student co-presenters) about service-learning scholarship or practice.
faculty INTERNATIONAL Service-Learning Pre-Travel
up to 80% of state-allowed expenses (max $2,000; max one award per faculty)
Support for faculty travel to establish service-learning partnerships and conduct prepatory coordination. Grant provides partial support for programmatic travel costs linked to U.S. or international service-learning courses.
STUDENT INTERNATIONAL Service-Learning TRAVEL
up to $8,000 total - $500 (max 50%) of state -allowed travel costs or per student/class.
Support to increase access for students to international service-learning experiences and programming. Disbursement restrictions apply.