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Community Partner


This section of our website is to provide resources to our new and existing community partners. It has been broken into two sections: New Community Partners and Existing Community Partners. The purpose is to provide applicable resources on each section.

New Community Partners

Thank you for considering partnering with Gateway Technical College’s Service Learning Center and Service Learning students to complete projects within the community!

Community agencies and organizations (schools, non-profits, etc) are welcome to propose projects and experiences that students can engage in on your site or in collaboration with your organization. Students would be expected to complete a contract laying out the parameters of the project with you (the site supervisor) prior to the start of the project.

Additionally, faculty who are interested in doing group projects with your organization are expected to contact you prior the the start of the semester to collaborate with you on the expectations of the course objectives that are to be met through the project.

If you are interested in hosting a service learning student/student group at your sight, please complete the Needs Assessment form and return to the Service Learning Center to make an appointment with the Service Learning Coordinator.

Existing Community Partners

Thank you for continuing to be one of our ongoing partners for students to actively learn about the community and their educational area/career interest.  To the right, we have our updated toolkit with all current information that students are expected to complete, faculty may utilize, and resources that we have found useful for continuing our partnership with the community.

All of our Service Learning projects must be Collaborative, includes good Communication, actively Reflects upon the experience, and is mutually beneficial for all those involved.