Service-learning projects typically fall into one of three categories:
Direct service: In which students interact directly with clients from the community partner organization, such as tutoring children, or working with the elderly.
Indirect service: In which service is not provided directly to individuals but the service benefits the community/organization, such as updating marketing materials, or renovating a community center.
Advocacy: In which students create an awareness of a community issue or cause, such as holding a fundraiser or educational event.
The following examples are a snapshot from the 70+ classes that embedded service-learning in the academic curriculum in the past.