Join a global network of educators helping over 1 million young people positively impact their communities. We are currently forming our first North Carolina cohort of educators to empower our state’s children to be agents of change.
Design for Change, is a design thinking framework that assists educators in facilitating student-led social projects. When students participate in DFC, they join a coalition of young people around the world saying, I CAN make an impact!
You can join us for five professional development opportunities totaling 1 CEU between January – May 2019. The sessions will be a combination of virtual and in-person workshops for K-12 teachers, youth group leaders, and after-school program mentors/facilitators.
– Learning through ten hours of in-person and virtual workshops
– Coaching and mentoring from award winning educators and designers
– Networking with innovative educators and community partners
– Developing a design thinking mindset and toolbox to engage students in creating innovative solutions to complex, real-world problems
– Leading a Design for Change project in your school/community
– Capstone share event including celebrating Design for Change project work in North Carolina.
Cost: $50 (Payments due at February workshop.)
In the remote village of Kisoro in Uganda, NC Service-Learning Coalition members reach out to support education and literacy.
NCSLC Board member Thomas Ray and his daughter, Chloe, visited the village of Kisoro. Kisoro lies on the western border of Uganda and Rwanda, where refugees from Rwanda and local villagers struggle to overcome the effects of war and poverty.
Chloe is spending a whole year teaching local children and serving the community. The father-and-daughter team also brought two Kindle libraries, each containing more than 1300 e-books, including books in local languages.
The e-books are specifically reviewed and selected with local children in mind as part of a service project, 1KL (www.1KL.org), founded by another board member of our own, Sam Park.
Sam founded the project to send more than 32,925 e-books to 10 countries as well as numerous schools and communities in the U.S., so children can read and learn.
Connect with members of the North Carolina Service-Learning Coalition to expand your professional network and learn about best practices in service-learning at 2 great conferences March 22-24, 2017!
Gulf South Summit on Service-Learning & Civic Engagement through Higher Education
This year the theme of the conference is “Fostering Inclusive Communities Together.” The conference will take place March 22-24 at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Look for members of the North Carolina Service-Learning Coalition who will present a poster session at this conference. For more information, visit http://www.gulfsouthsummit.org/
Dare to Dream, the 28th Annual National Service-Learning Conference
Dare to Dream will gather more than 1,000 youth and adults, March 22-24, 2017 in Anaheim, CA, from across the country and around the world for three days of learning, inspiration, and connection. This intergenerational event creates a unique atmosphere, where youth bring incredible energy and passion to discussions on education and social policy. Both youth and adults gain the tools, resources, ideas, and support to return home to improve their practice, their schools, and their communities. Dare to Dream is sponsored by National Youth Leadership Conference. The North Carolina Service-Learning Coalition is proud to be an affiliate for this event and a long time partner for service-learning with the NYLC. For more information, visit http://servicelearningconference.org/2017/
Join members of the NC Service-Learning Coalition in attending the 2013 PACE (Pathways to Achieving Civic Engagement Conference) at Elon University on February 13th, 2013!
Find out more about speakers, sessions, and registration fees here.
NC SL Coalition Board members will be hosting a round table session from 2:10pm to 3:10pm about collaborative partnerships between Higher Education, K-12 schools and school districts, that will highlight how to sustain and promote projects in various successful ways.
We hope to see you there! Thank you to our partners at NC Campus Compact for hosting this wonderful annual event!
NC Campus Compact