As part of the institutional strategic plan, Cal Poly Pomona is diligently working toward extending the influence and resources of the university beyond the campus through quality service-learning opportunities. Service-learning is an academic course where a service project or service experience is part of the overall grade.
In the spirit of learning-by-doing, Cal Poly Pomona faculty, staff and students actively support and engage in service-learning activities that build meaningful and sustainable community partnerships.
2015 Service-Learning Mini-Grants - up to $1,000 (a total of $3,000 will be awarded)
The CCE is now accepting service-learning mini-grant applications for faculty and staff to fund course supplies, research and creative service-learning activity. Only faculty and staff who have taught a "S" designated course are eligible to apply. Applications are due on Thursday, April 9th at 5:00pm. You may deliver your application (Building 1-108), fax (909-869-4515), or email this completed form as an attachment (firstname.lastname@example.org). Late applications will not be accepted.
"[Service-learning] engages students with the community to apply their knowledge and skills to real-world challenges and opportunities, better preparing them for the workplace but also helping the communities along the way.” - Chancellor Timothy White, CSU