Learn, serve & improve the world through Texas Tech’s service-learning opportunities

Academically rigorous service-learning opportunities in all 10 Texas Tech University collegeswww.TLTC.TTU.edu/ServiceLearning or Irene.Arellano@TTU.edu

Texas Tech University’s community engagement/service learning recognized by The Carnegie Foundationhttp://www.carnegiefoundation.org/classifications/index.asp?key=63&search_flag=true&ref=783&start=783&ENG2005=3

www.Compact.org/Syllabi or JPlaut@Compact.org or 401-867-3921 National, searchable, on-line database of higher education service-learning syllabi, Kindergarten through 12th-grade lesson plans & community-based project ideas

Double T Health Service Corps: Texas Tech students (TTUHSC & TTU students) improving the health & well-being of their communities www.TTUHSC.edu/RuralHealth/StudentOrg.aspx or LoniMarie.Flores@TTUHSC.edu: Willow Bend Elementary Mentoring program, South Plains Food Bank, clothes drive, Ronald McDonald House, Habitat for Humanity Build Day, organize a party for a children’s hospital — serving throughout rural communities in West Texas.

Texas Tech is the inaugural home of Texas’ higher-education, service-learning pedagogy/higher-education presidents’ service-learning/civic-engagement associationwww.TexasCampusCompact.org

www.IAFF.TTU.edu (select “Study Abroad” in the middle of the page) Texas Tech students successfully compete for dynamic careers in the global marketplace by having studied internationally (often on scholarship awards) — while simultaneously satisfying their degree requirements to graduate on time & completing academically rigorous service-learning class(es):  MaryAnn.Greenberg@TTU.edu or 806-742-3667.

www.Compact.org 1,100+ US college & university presidents — representing 6 million students — dedicated to promoting community service, civic engagement & service-learning in higher education.

www.ServiceLearning.org 75 percent of students engaged in service-learning say that they learned more than in a typical class.

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