[geogu-l] Pipeline Project - Spring seminar recruitment
tfaubion at u.washington.edu
Mon Feb 23 11:01:46 PST 2009
A great opportunity for those interested in service learning in Seattle-area public schools...
The Pipeline Project connects UW undergraduates with exciting
service-learning opportunities in K-12 public schools and local community
organizations. Students may receive credit by enrolling in an Inner
Pipeline seminar and coupling this with weekly tutoring. We are actively
recruiting students for 15 spring quarter Inner Pipeline seminars.
In addition, all Pipeline tutors are required to attend a 1.5 hour mandatory
orientation in MGH 120 (no rsvp necessary). We offer orientations each week
throughout the quarter, and students may access the schedule via our
EDUC 401 (see specific sections and SLN's via links below)
CREDITS: 1-10. <%20msclaire at u.washington.edu>
Seminars are Credit/No Credit.
The following seminars will be offered during Spring 2009:
- Higher Education Tutoring and Mentorship (EDUC 401H &
- Refugee Communities (EDUC
- Environmental Education (EDUC 401Q)
- General K-12 (EDUC 401E)
- Literacy in the Criminal Justice System (EDUC
- Creative Writing (EDUC
- General K-12 (EDUC
- At-Risk Middle School Students (EDUC
- Non-Profits and Youth Education (EDUC
- Literacy Through Photography (EDUC
- Becoming Citizens (EDUC
- College Access Project (EDUC
- Math and Science (EDUC
- Philosophy for Children (EDUC
Feel free to contact us at msclaire at u.washington.edu or pipeline at u.washington.edu with any questions.
Claire Fraczek, M.Ed.
Educational Leadership & Policy Studies
University of Washington
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