NCSLC Higher Ed. Representatives


Kay Printy, Central Piedmont Community College

My name is Kay Printy. I am a Service-Learning Coordinator at Central Piedmont Community College. My B.A. is in Anthropology, and I am currently finishing my M.S. in Social Responsibility – both from St. Cloud State University. Service-learning is an important educational component because it offers students the opportunity for hands on experience outside of the classroom as well as the chance to engage with their communities.


Sandy Jacobs, University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Sandy Jacobs is the Associate Director of Service-Learning at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP). Jacobs has served in several capacities in the past 10 years in education, non-profit sector, and public service. During his career he has served as an educator on each level, ranging from early education to higher education and is an advocate for experiential learning. Before accepting the position at UNCP in February of 2015 he served as the Director of Resident Services at Pembroke Housing Authority where he managed an afterschool program for at-risk youth and adult/senior programming.