In order to provide our community partners with access to additional information about the Civic and Community Engagement Office's service-learning coordination, ways to find additional volunteers, and resources that can be used for further reading, please consult the lists below.
Each month, we send an e-newsletter with service-learning and volunteer information, resources, and ways to connect with Buffalo State students, faculty, and staff. Sign up using the subscription box:
New to collaborating with faculty or college students as part of service-learning or community-engaged learning experiences? Our introduction video provides some context and acquaints you with how this time of service is framed at Buffalo State.
Our community partners, faculty, and students have unlimited access to our library resources. Whether it is a book, journal, or magazine, the Civic and Community Engagement Office is always updating our shelves with the newest research, data, and trends related to service-learning, volunteerism, and community engagement. Feel free to peruse the list and stop by the office in South Wing 130 to take out a resource.
Use the form if
you have an idea for a project and you'd like to request SUNY Buffalo State involvement;
you are looking to begin partnering with SUNY Buffalo State students or faculty;
you have a volunteer request that you'd like posted in our on-line volunteer database (known as BengalLink).
SUNY Buffalo State hopes to create long-term, meaningful partnerships with community agencies through service-learning, volunteering, and other experiential learning opportunities for students. It is hoped that this guide to service-learning will be helpful to community organizations, agencies, or schools that are new to partnerships with SUNY Buffalo State. This handbook provides an introductory orientation to our program and services. For more specific information related to COVID-19 and the impact on partnerships, please refer to our Community Partner Handbook Addendum.
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