Spring Leadership Class
Justice, Nature and the Geography of Identities
Spring Class ICS 19Wed. 6:30-10:20 Cassie Blume
Learn about the history of Silicon Valley through the lens of social justice. Explore the development of our region as it pertains to the communities living in and impacted by local politics, natural environment, cultural shifts and the tech-driven economy. Students will learn about efforts to promote equity through first-hand experience, field trips, and opportunities to explore careers in social change.
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Community Service Learning
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Service Learning Faculty: If you need assistance finding service learning placements for your students, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or see our community Partners page for a list.
To find out how to make your course into a service learning course, see Faculty Resources.
Heads Up! Want to integrate community service learning in your course?
We are recruiting faculty for our "S" designated service learning courses as well as planning a workshop on service learning for instructors.
Community Partners: We are looking for community groups interested in working with us to provide service learning opportunities for our students. Please contact Cynthia Kaufman at email@example.com.
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VIDA Office Location
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VASCONCELLOS INSTITUTE FOR DEMOCRACY IN ACTION
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