Center for Service-Learning

The application deadline for the WWU Global Learning Program–Community Building in Rwanda has been extended to midnight Sunday, April 29!

Apply at www.learnlivego.org

Western students of all levels and majors are invited to participate in…

In celebration of National Volunteer Week and Earth Day, the Teaching-Learning Academy (TLA) and the Center for Service-Learning at Western Washington University invite students, faculty, staff, and community members to participate in another “Connecting Communities Volunteer Days” event by…

The Center for Service-Learning is hosting Alternative Spring Break, an engaged learning series that aims to connect the students, staff, and faculty on Western’s campus with our neighbors who also share a home on the Salish Sea.

Throughout the week, we offer opportunities to discover…

Tim Costello, Director of the Center for Service-Learning, has been accepted to participate in the Social Justice Training Institute's four day training in San Diego in December. The Institute provides professional and personal development for social justice educators and practitioners…

Western Washington University students, faculty, staff and Whatcom County community members are invited to a campus-wide dialogue about race Thursday, May 11 from 3-5 p.m. in Viking Union 565.

The spring conversation, “Still Talkin’ Race” is a continuation of the Winter…

Have you made plans for Spring Break yet?  We’ve got ideas for you!

Find out how well you really know Bellingham during Alternative Spring Break, a series of FREE events designed for new students, staff, and faculty, and open to all! Bring your friends, partners, and family…

Western’s Center for Service-Learning is hosting a Community Engagement Forum from 4:30-5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 1 in the Pavilion at Maritime Heritage Park (514 W. Holly St.) on the theme “Linking Campuses and Community through Public Art."

The event is free and…

This fall, Western is orienting new faculty and staff not just to campus, but also to the interesting and complex region that we all live and work within—the Salish Sea.  

The newly formed Salish Sea Welcoming Committee is leading the effort.

This team of faculty and staff from…

Western Washington University has been selected for the national 2015 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction award, which recognizes higher education institutions across the country that reflect the values of exemplary community service and achieve…

Students and faculty gathered in the Viking Union Multipurpose Room Tuesday for a Leadership Studies celebration recognizing the work of students in Leadership Studies 101 and 450 classes. The Leadership Studies 101 class was broken up into groups with Leadership Studies 450 students…

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