Category Archives: Service-Learning

For Good Or For Ill? Community Impact in Global Service-Learning

While there is a growing body of research relating to community outcomes of global service-learning projects, one of the challenges the field faces is becoming increasingly specific and nuanced about both understanding and – to the extent possible – working … Continue reading

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Faith & Service-Learning: Embracing Difficult Questions

By Jessica Friedrichs The Seventh National Faith-Based Service-Learning Conference held at Messiah College near Harrisburg, PA this weekend embraced difficult conversations.  For those of us in the world of local and global service-learning difficult conversations abound.  For some of us, … Continue reading

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