- Want to help your fellow students while making an impact in your community?
- Apply your skills and knowledge to real-world issues?
- Earn money or academic credit?
- Work with UVM faculty, students, and community partners?
The Office of Community-University Partnerships & Service-Learning (CUPS) is now accepting Service-Learning TA applications for Spring 2014.
What is an SL-TA?
The SL-TA Program trains students from all academic backgrounds to support UVM faculty members teaching service-learning courses. SL-TAs work approximately 5 hours per week, and may receive a stipend (up to $750), work-study, or academic credit for their service. In addition to receiving training in service-learning theory and practice, SL-TAs typically:
- Help students prepare to undertake service-learning projects;
- Manage service-learning projects;
- Create and evaluate reflection assignments;
- Travel with students (for international service-learning courses); and/or
- Serve as a liaison between the course and its community partners.
Learn more about the program or apply to be an SL-TA by visiting the CUPS website. Applications are due by November 6th.