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Ethn 98 section 1
Co-Curricular Activities
Figueroa,
Julie 
Spring
2014
Project Description: Project Goals: To promote and foster the development of CAMP students through training,professional development, and relationship building. The CAMP Scholars Internship Program will place talented CAMP students who have shown great leadership potential in government, business and nonprofit organizations to prepare them for positions of leadership. Learning Objectives: - To examine leadership and public policy within the context of a changing contemporary multicultural and multiethnic society. - To increase professional knowledge and contacts while learning desirable lifelong skills. - Complete 12 hours of service learning (per week for 12 weeks per semester for an academic year) acquired by internship experience.
Community Partners:Here is the list of community partners: Office of Assemblyman Curt Hagman Office of Assemblymember Ed Chau Office of Assemblymember Roger Dickinson Office of Senator Barbara Boxer College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) CAMP Outreach Department Consulate General de Mexico Opening Doors, Inc. Associated Students, Inc.  
195F section 14
PSYC
Kim-Ju,
Greg 
Spring
2014
Project Description: Students serve as tutors/mentors in classrooms and have hands-on experiences helping community members and reflecting on their experiences.
Community Partners:Will C. Wood Middle School Hiram Johnson High School 
CHDV 132 section 50
fieldwork in child development
Natzel,
Margaret 
Spring
2014
Project Description: This course requires directed field experiences in settings selected to meet students’ experience and needs. Students are required to work at an approved fieldwork site which serve children, adolescents, and their families.
Community Partners:Placer Nature Center Project R.I.D.E. Sacramento State On-Campus Partners ASI Children''s Center Project P.L.A.Y.  
English 11 section 36
Academic Literacies II
Mitchell,
Rebecca 
Spring
2014
Project Description: According to my course goals, students need to explore the relationship between language and identity and the influences upon reading and writing beyond the university. Writing letters to these elementary students helps my students think about their own identity as college students. This writing experience also authentically teaches them about the importance of audience and purpose of a piece of writing. I hope they will enjoy and begin to understand the power of the written word as they befriend and influence some impressionable young people.
Community Partners:Florin Elementary School 
CHDV 132 section 3
Field Work in Child Development
Ishiura,
Judy 
Spring
2014
Project Description: Service learning activities allow students to make a positive impact on the programs that they are volunteering while incorporating the learning objectives of the course.
Community Partners:People Reaching Out Associated Students Children’s Center NCADD Sacramento National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency Project R.I.D.E. Sacramento Food Bank/Family Services Placer Nature Center Sutter Medical Center Child Life Program Language Academy of Sacramento A Touch of Understanding Theodore Judah Elementary James Rutter Middle School Sequoia Elementary School Early Kinder Program Sac City USD First Steps Program-St. John’s Shelter Reading Partners Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Sacramento County  
DNCE 160 section 1
Creative Dance for Children
Bayne,
Lorelei 
Spring
2014
Project Description: Sac State students go in to elementary classroom in pairs to put into practice what they are learning in the course- • Increase awareness of the importance of creative dance in education. • Develop an understanding of the elements of creative dance, the body, space, time, energy, time and imagery. • Develop a vocabulary of movement experiences from which to draw. • Articulate, define and assess teaching and learning goals. • Create, design and implement creative dance/movement classes and develop connections to other curriculum areas. • Experience in class and on site teaching of elementary level dance activities.
Community Partners:Abraham Lincoln Elementary School A.M. Winn Elementary 
ETHN 195A section 1
Ethnic Studies Fieldwork
Mosupyoe,
Boatamo 
Spring
2014
Project Description: Allow students with faculty to work closely with the ethnic minority communities. Students may work with a community agency, community organization, or other site with instructor approval. This course is designed to be a capstone seminar that serves as bridge between academic preparation and applied fieldwork activities. Student will be able to: Acquire first hand knowledge from an active learning experience. Model the importance and meaning of service learning and community service. Understand this mode of learning to the major. Generate the first hand knowledge regarding the ethnic group experience and understand the horticultural responsibility to provide service to others.
Community Partners: *Community-Based Organizations (CBOs)* A Touch of Understanding Boys and Girls Club of Greater Sacramento (Lemon Hill) California Conservation Corps NEW California Protective Parents Association NEW California Protective Parents Association: Court Watch Project NEW Community Against Sexual Harm (CASH) Community Pride Project Inc. NEW Eskaton Properties Incorporated Folsom Cordova Community Partnership The GreenHouse Freedom Bound Center/Sol Collective Language Academy of Sacramento NEW Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District NEW My Sisters House NCADD National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. Placer Nature Center People Reaching Out Project R.I.D.E. Sacramento CASA NEW Sacramento Children's Home Sacramento Children's Home: Sacramento Crisis Nurseries - North/South Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services: Saca Community Center Sacramento Mutual Housing Association (SMHA) Soil Born Farms Stanford Home for Children St. Johns Shelter Program for Women and Children Strategies for Change Wellspring Women's Center *School Districts* Elk Grove Unified School District(EGUSD) Anna Kirchgater Elementary School After School Education & Safety Program (ASES): Charles Mack Elementary School - ASES Florin Elementary - ASES Herman Leimbach Elementary – ASES Prairie Elementary – ASES Union House Elementary School - ASES Cal-SAFE Adult Education with Elk Gove Unified CW Dillard Elementary School Edward Harris Jr. Middle School EGACE Even Start Family Literacy Program EGUSD Prairie Elementary Jessie Baker Elementary School Laguna Creek High School Folsom Cordova Unifieid School District (FCUSD) Cordova Meadows Elementary Theodore Judah Elementary Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD) A.M. Winn Elementary Ethel I. Baker Elementary Hiram Johnson High School James Marshall Elementary Jedediah Smith Elementary Luther Burbank High School Reading Partners Sequoia Elementary School Sutter Middle School Tahoe Elementary Will C. Wood Middle School San Juan Unified School District (SJUSD) Bridges After School Program: Del Paso Manor Elementary Dyer Kelly Elementary Howe Avenue Elementary Starr King Elementary Thomas Edison Elementary Will Rogers Elementary Whitney Avenue Elementary Greer Elementary School Twin Rivers Unified School District (TRUSD) Hagginwood Elementary School Harmon Johnson Elementary School Sacramento State On-Campus Partners ASI Children's Center Project P.L.A.Y. 
SRWK 95 section 2
Introduction to Social Work
Montgomery,
Janice 
Spring
2014
Project Description: This course is an introduction to the profession of social work and its roles in the social welfare system. Through the use of community service learning, students will be exposed to agencies in the social work field.
Community Partners:A Touch of Understanding California Protective Parents Association: Court Watch Project NEW My Sisters House Reading Partners NCADD National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. Wellspring Women's Center  
ETHN 98 section 6
Co-Curricular Activities
Mosupyoe,
Boatamo 
Spring
2014
Project Description: To promote and foster the development of CAMP students through training, professional development, and relationship building. The CAMP Scholars Internship Program will place talented CAMP students who have shown great leadership potential in government, business and nonprofit organizations to prepare them for positions of leadership. Learning Objectives: - To examine leadership and public policy within the context of a changing contemporary multicultural and multiethnic society. - To increase professional knowledge and contacts while learning desirable lifelong skills. - Complete 12 hours of service learning (per week for 12 weeks per semester for an academic year) acquired by internship experience.
Community Partners:Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD) Abraham Lincoln Elementary School A.M. Winn Elementary Ethel I. Baker Elementary Hiram Johnson High School James Marshall Elementary James Rutter Middle School Jedediah Smith Elementary John Morse Therapeutic Center Luther Burbank High School Reading Partners Sequoia Elementary School Sutter Middle School Tahoe Elementary Will C. Wood Middle School Woodbine Elementary San Juan Unified School District (SJUSD) Bridges After School Program: Del Paso Manor Elementary Dyer Kelly Elementary Howe Avenue Elementary Starr King Elementary Thomas Edison Elementary Will Rogers Elementary Whitney Avenue Elementary Greer Elementary School Twin Rivers Unified School District (TRUSD) Hagginwood Elementary School Harmon Johnson Elementary School Sacramento State On-Campus Partners ASI Children's Center Project P.L.A.Y. 
ETHN 98 section 7
Co-Curricular Activities
Mosupyoe,
Boatamo 
Spring
2014
Project Description: To promote and foster the development of CAMP students through training, professional development, and relationship building. The CAMP Scholars Internship Program will place talented CAMP students who have shown great leadership potential in government, business and nonprofit organizations to prepare them for positions of leadership. Learning Objectives: - To examine leadership and public policy within the context of a changing contemporary multicultural and multiethnic society. - To increase professional knowledge and contacts while learning desirable lifelong skills. - Complete 12 hours of service learning (per week for 12 weeks per semester for an academic year) acquired by internship experience.
Community Partners:Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD) Abraham Lincoln Elementary School A.M. Winn Elementary Ethel I. Baker Elementary Hiram Johnson High School James Marshall Elementary James Rutter Middle School Jedediah Smith Elementary Luther Burbank High School Reading Partners Sequoia Elementary School Sutter Middle School Tahoe Elementary Will C. Wood Middle School San Juan Unified School District (SJUSD) Bridges After School Program: Del Paso Manor Elementary Dyer Kelly Elementary Howe Avenue Elementary Starr King Elementary Thomas Edison Elementary Will Rogers Elementary Whitney Avenue Elementary Greer Elementary School Twin Rivers Unified School District (TRUSD) Hagginwood Elementary School Harmon Johnson Elementary School Sacramento State On-Campus Partners ASI Children's Center Project P.L.A.Y. 
CHDV 35F section 2
Hum Dev+Elem field Exper
Okane,
Pamela 
Spring
2014
Project Description: This course requires 40 hours of field experience/service learning at an assigned elementary school. Students in this course will work closely with classroom teachers and students to examine how theory and research in human development can apply to public school teaching.
Community Partners:James Marshall Elementary Cordova Meadows Elementary 
EDUC 125 section 2
Tutoring Children in Reading
Solari,
Lynn 
Spring
2014
Project Description: This service learning course provides CSUS students with the opportunity to meet identified needs for reading improvement by tutoring public school children in a local school setting. Students will accomplish course objectives that lead to academic, as well as, personal growth in the process. During the semester students gain an overview of the comprehensive framework for learning how to read. Many resources will be shared by the course instructor to support the tutoring of one or two children in reading twice a week. The tutoring process includes sight word and word analysis skill development as well as, a focus on improving comprehension through motivating tutoring materials and instructional strategies. The children respond positively to interesting books, games, poetry, reader's theater and other tutoring activities they participate in to become better readers. Making personal connections with children and encouraging them to love reading is a rewarding experience. This service learning experience gives participants good insights into careers with an emphasis on working with children.
Community Partners:Noralto Elementary School 
EDUC 125B section 1
Tutoring Children in Reading
Okane,
Pamela 
Spring
2014
Project Description: Prior to CSUS students field experince,course includes: Hands on class sessions with primary focus on the comprehensive framework for learning how to read and methods for tutoring elementary students in reading. ( co requisite EDUC 125A)
Community Partners:James Marshall 
N21 section 80
Nursing 21
Baldock,
Doreen 
Spring
2014
Project Description: Students will have the opportunity to set personal and professional goals through extensive career advising, exposure to presentations on various majors, tours of hospitals, hands on experience in the nursing sim lab, etc. They will also plan and implement a health fair for 4th graders from a local elementary school. Through extensive readings and class discussion they will obtain and understanding of academic content knowledge regarding self-development as a physiological, social and/or psychological being. hool.
Community Partners:Morse Elementary School, Elk Grove 
N21 section 81
Nursing 21
Baldock,
Doreen 
Spring
2014
Project Description: Students will have the opportunity to set personal and professional goals through extensive career advising, exposure to presentations on various majors, tours of hospitals, hands on experience in the nursing sim lab, etc. They will also plan and implement a health fair for 4th graders from a local elementary school. Through extensive readings and class discussion they will obtain and understanding of academic content knowledge regarding self-development as a physiological, social and/or psychological being. hool.
Community Partners:Morse Elementary School, Elk Grove 

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