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Presentations/Présentations : Impact of Community Service-Learning for Rural and Remote Communities

Source: Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning.
Community Service-Learning projects have impacts in many aspects of community. On May 27, 2010 CACSL and Agriculture Canada`s Rural Secretariat teamed up to share stories of community service-learning project impacts in rural and remote communities across Canada.

Community Service-Learning Overview (PDF)

What is it? How does it work? How do I get involved?

The Batawa Project- Carleton University (PDF)
A brief overview of a multi-disciplinary, multifaceted, multiyear community, private, and university partnership.

Supporting Rural Communities- University of Sherbrooke (PDF)
Version Français

More presentations

Comments or questions about CSL in rural and remote communities, about the specific projects, or tell us about your project- what was the need, what did you do, and what were the outcomes and learning?

Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning
2128 Dunton Tower
Carleton University
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa, ON, K1S 5B6

t: 613-520-2600 Ext 8241 - f: 613-520-3561

About the Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning (CACSL)
The Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning (CACSL) supports, educates and networks to ensure the effective growth of CSL in Canada. Our vision is students, educators and communities learning and working together to strenghten individuals and society.



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