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Service Learning

Courses within the MPA program allows students to have practical “for-credit” educational experience through service learning. Applying academic knowledge and critical thinking skills to meet genuine community needs by working with a variety of governmental and nonprofit organizations in the community, with recent examples including:

Averitt Center for the Performing Arts
City of Baxley, Georgia
City of Bloomingdale, Georgia
City of Dublin, Georgia
City of Duluth, Georgia
City of Hinesville, Georgia
City of Metter, Georgia
City of Port Wentworth, Georgia
City of Statesboro, Georgia
City of Tybee Island, Georgia
City of Washington, Georgia
City of Waynesboro, Georgia
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Ogeechee, Statesboro
Fostering Bulloch
Georgia Legal Services
Habitat for Humanity- Habitat Bulloch, Statesboro
Heart of Dixie
Hearts and Hands Clinic, Statesboro
Homebound Services- Med Connection, Statesboro
Homebound Services, Statesboro
Keeping Bulloch Beautiful
National Alliance of Mental Illness
Portal Heritage Society
Statesboro Food Bank
The Boys & Girls Club of Bulloch County
The S.H.I.N.E. Clubhouse, Pineland BHDD, Statesboro
Transitions Learning Center- Physical Activity Program
United Way of SouthEast Georgia, Statesboro
Wilderness Southeast, Savannah
Willow Hill & Renaissance School

Last updated: 3/29/2016

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