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GERO 101 section 1
Elder Care Continuum Services & Strategies
Jensen,
Donna 
Fall
2015
Project Description: The service learning component will acquaint students with the spectrum of services targeted for older adults. It will allow them to obtain a multidisciplinary perspective of the continuum of services. Students will be exposed to different services provided to older adults as well as have the opportunity to interact with older adults.
Community Partners:Eskaton Properties Incorporated 
GERO 101 section 2
Elder Care Continuum Services & Strategies
Jensen,
Donna 
Fall
2015
Project Description: The service learning component will acquaint students with the spectrum of services targeted for older adults. It will allow them to obtain a multidisciplinary perspective of the continuum of services. Students will be exposed to different services provided to older adults as well as have the opportunity to interact with older adults.
Community Partners:Eskaton Properties Incorporated 
Ethn 98 section 2
Co-Curricula Activities
Mosupyoe,
Boatamo 
Fall
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:Community Partners: California State Assembly, California State Senate, Sac State Associated Students Incorporated, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Consulate of Mexico, etc.,  
GOVT 184 section 1
Introduction to Urban Politics
Oden,
Fall
2014
Project Description: Students will be able to discuss their volunteer activities as it relates to the city governmental structure and examine the dynamics of governing from inside the local government bureaucracy. They will be able to meet local officials and community members to determine community needs and solutions.
Community Partners:City of Sacramento Neighborhood Services Division 
Psyc 122 section 1
Qualitative Research in Psychology
Kim-Ju,
Greg 
Fall
2014
Project Description: Students engage in service learning to address the needs of a community organization and its clients and how qualitative research can be used to assess those needs.
Community Partners:Will C. Wood Middle School 
PSYC 195F section 14
Fieldwork in Community Psychology
Kim-Ju,
Greg 
Fall
2014
Project Description: Students tutor and mentor middle and high school students from 30 to 90 hours over the semester to learn about diversity, direct service, community issues, and civic responsibility.
Community Partners:Will C. Wood Middle School Hiram Johnson High School 
RPTA 106 section 1
Introduction to Recreation Therapy & Inclusion
Hoffman,
Jamie 
Fall
2014
Project Description: The course is an introduction to recreation therapy and inclusion and the students must gain hands on experience working with individuals with varying disabilities.
Community Partners:*City of Sacramento* Access Leisure *City of West Sacramento* Parks and Recreation Department Sparks Program Project R.I.D.E. Project P.L.A.Y. John Morse Therapeutic Center *Hospitals* Sutter Medical Center Child Life Program NorCal Services for Deaf & Hard of Hearing A Touch of Understanding Sacramento County TR Services Easter Seals Sacramento MS Achievement Center  
CHDV 35F section 3
Hum Dev & Elem field Experience
Wessels,
Denise 
Fall
2014
Project Description: The students will complete 40 hours of volunteering at the Elementary School. They will learn what life is like as a teacher in a public school, tutoring students, assisting Teachers, participating in special events and completing a service learning project for the school.
Community Partners:Bancroft Elementary School 
CHDV 35F section 80
Hum Dev+Elem Field
Okane,
Pamela 
Fall
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:Cordova Meadows & James Marshall 
CHDV 35F section 4
Hum Dev+Elem Field Exper
Okane,
Pamela 
Fall
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 and Cordova Meadows Elementary 
EDUC 125 B section 2
Tutoring Children in Reading
Okane,
Pamela 
Fall
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:Cordova Meadows elementary and James Marshall elementary 
NURS 139 section 1
Nursing Laboratory for the Childrearing Family
Wall Parilo,
Denise 
Fall
2014
Project Description: The focus of the experience is on maternal-child and/or family health and wellness in a community-based setting. The overall goal is to provide an opportunity for students to integrate previously mastered and concurrently presented educational content regarding growth and development across the lifespan, communication, professional collaboration, cultural assessment, maternal-child assessment tools and techniques, and wellness education while providing service hours to a community-based partner agency. The service learning agency may serve infants, children, parenting mothers and families, or any combination of these groups; this experience is not limited to children but may encompass the maternal-child care continuum.
Community Partners:NCADD National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. Placer Nature Center Project R.I.D.E. Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services Sacramento Mutual Housing Association (SMHA) Soil Born Farms Strategies for Change Wellspring Women's Center After School Education & Safety Program (ASES): Charles Mack Elementary School - ASES David Reese Elementary School ASES Florin Elementary - ASES Herman Leimbach Elementary ASES Prairie Elementary ASES 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 Jessie Baker Elementary School Union House Elementary School - ASES  
NURS 139 section 2
Nursing Laboratory for the Childrearing Family
Wall Parilo,
Denise 
Fall
2014
Project Description: The focus of the experience is on maternal-child and/or family health and wellness in a community-based setting. The overall goal is to provide an opportunity for students to integrate previously mastered and concurrently presented educational content regarding growth and development across the lifespan, communication, professional collaboration, cultural assessment, maternal-child assessment tools and techniques, and wellness education while providing service hours to a community-based partner agency. The service learning agency may serve infants, children, parenting mothers and families, or any combination of these groups; this experience is not limited to children but may encompass the maternal-child care continuum.
Community Partners:NCADD National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. Placer Nature Center Project R.I.D.E. Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services Sacramento Mutual Housing Association (SMHA) Soil Born Farms Strategies for Change Wellspring Women's Center After School Education & Safety Program (ASES): Charles Mack Elementary School - ASES David Reese Elementary School ASES Florin Elementary - ASES Herman Leimbach Elementary ASES Prairie Elementary ASES 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 Jessie Baker Elementary School Union House Elementary School - ASES  
NURS 139 section 3
Nursing Laboratory for the Childrearing Family
Wall Parilo,
Denise 
Fall
2014
Project Description: The focus of the experience is on maternal-child and/or family health and wellness in a community-based setting. The overall goal is to provide an opportunity for students to integrate previously mastered and concurrently presented educational content regarding growth and development across the lifespan, communication, professional collaboration, cultural assessment, maternal-child assessment tools and techniques, and wellness education while providing service hours to a community-based partner agency. The service learning agency may serve infants, children, parenting mothers and families, or any combination of these groups; this experience is not limited to children but may encompass the maternal-child care continuum.
Community Partners:NCADD National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. Placer Nature Center Project R.I.D.E. Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services Sacramento Mutual Housing Association (SMHA) Soil Born Farms Strategies for Change Wellspring Women's Center After School Education & Safety Program (ASES): Charles Mack Elementary School - ASES David Reese Elementary School ASES Florin Elementary - ASES Herman Leimbach Elementary ASES Prairie Elementary ASES 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 Jessie Baker Elementary School Union House Elementary School - ASES  
316 section 2
Science Curriculum & Instruction for the Diverse K-8 Classroom
Porter,
Jenna 
Fall
2014
Project Description: My teacher candidates will write letters to their fifth grade partners to determine levels of understanding on science concepts. Fifth grade students responses will be used to design specialized science lessons for them to engage in when they come to campus for the culminating event.
Community Partners:Elk Grove Unified School District Irene B. West Elementary School 

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