Discover Service-Learning projects

Service-Learning is an opportunity for students at UW-Eau Claire to give back to their local or home community or even a community found abroad. It provides a way to learn skills, investigate careers, and build a personal network. Service-Learning makes education a collaborative effort; students benefit society by exercising the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.

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"Now that I am graduating and starting interviews, what I have noticed is that employers do seem to like the fact that I volunteer. It can be a great resume booster and a great way to connect with organizations and other possible employers who have a focus on giving back to the community."

Completing 30 hours of Service-Learning is a requirement for graduation from UW-Eau Claire.

How do I sign up for a service-learning project?

  1. Go to: and Login 
  2. Click on "My Projects"
  3. View Status
  1. Go to:
  2. Click on "Proposals"
  3. Click on "+ Project"
  1. Go to:
  2. Login
  3. Click on Community Partners and locate yours from the Alpha listing
  4. Click on "+ Project"
  5. Begin application
  1. You will receive an automated email asking you to complete your post survey
  2. Go to: and Login
  3. Click on project title
  4. Complete post survey at the bottom of the page

*Please note: "complete project evaluation" is a message for your supervisor

Have questions? 

Please visit our tutorial page with help for our new system with the Service-Learning Application FAQ.

There are no official walk-in hours over the summer, but you can:

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Example Projects

Students can participate in a variety of activities that apply a wide range of skills. Some may wish to work on projects that either transcend or do not directly relate to a particular academic major. See examples of projects here.

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Student Reflections

Upon completing the project, you will meet with the your faculty/academic staff mentor to conduct the reflection activities. A form of reflection is the student's preparation of a journal and reflection paper, followed by a discussion with the mentor.

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