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Community Engagement Programs: University Service-Learning

University Service-Learning: Selecting a Service Internship

Choose from over 100 community partners!

Service internship setup instructions are emailed to enrolled students and are available on Canvas 2-3 weeks prior to the first day of classes.

Do not contact Community Partners or apply to service internships prior to receiving these emailed instructions.

  
Browse through the list of currently approved service internships*:

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  1. Do NOT apply to internships: Only currently enrolled students may apply AFTER they have received the welcome email with instructions (3 weeks prior to the start of the semester).
    • You may, of course, volunteer with our partner organizations on your own--unrelated to ASU or USL--at any time.

      

  2. Internship availability is subject to change. New internships are continually added and some internships may not be available during the semester in which you enroll.

Community Partners
These are our approved Community Partner organizations.
*We cannot currently display a list of internships. Please check back in July 2020 for a list of currently available internships.

 

Don’t see the Title I school or nonprofit organization you are interested in?

You may submit a request to add a new community partner by sending the name and address of the organization along with the main contact’s information (name, title, phone number, and email address) to service.learning@asu.edu. You can help to expedite the process by asking a representative from the school or organization to review the details on our Community Partners page to confirm they are eligible. This process should be initiated as far in advance of the upcoming semester as possible because it will take a few weeks to finalize.

  
Examples of service tasks/projects

Local Title I schools
  • Work with classroom teachers to create and teach lessons to children
  • Tutor academically at-risk children
  • Provide in-class assistance for children
  • Lead children in physical fitness, music,or arts activities
  • Create and implement afterschool club programming
  • Mentor children, including raising their expectation of attending college
  • Lead children in service projects
      
Nonprofits/community outreach
  • Lead direct service projects (e.g. food drives, recycling)
  • Provide direct service (e.g. assist at a health clinic, teach classes at a senior center, serve food at a homeless shelter, or work with therapy animals)
  • Fundraising, PR, Marketing, Graphic Design, Videography
  • Organizing and recruiting volunteers
  • Assist in planning and executing outreach events
  • Promote free arts programs in low income communities
      

Service categories

Addiction
Adults
Animals
Arts/Culture
Crisis Intervention
Design (all types)
Disabilities
Education
Elderly
English Learners
Environmental
Fundraising
Government
Health Services
Homeless
Hospice
Hunger/Poverty
Justice System
LGBTQ
Library
Marketing/PR
Mental Health
Mentoring
Refugees
Social Services
Special Education
Sports/Fitness
Technology
Youth

This experience at first may sound overwhelming, because I know it did to me at first, but once you start and become involved with the service, it really pays off. I was definitely surprised at how much I was impacted from this experience and I would unquestionably participate again.”

– Felicia Romero, USL student, political science major

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University Service-Learning
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMS
Arizona State University

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