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National Organizations & Websites Related to Service Learning

Campus Compact

Campus Compact provides community service and service-learning information to help staff and faculty fund, build, and manage effective programs.

Learn & Serve America

Learn & Serve America provides direct and indirect support to community groups, higher education institutions, and K-12 schools to facilitate service-learning projects. L&SA provides support in a variety of areas by giving grants for funding, providing training and technical assistance, and collection and dissemination of research as well as best practices information.

National Center for Learning and Citizenship

ECS provides a national voice for service-learning. Information includes strategies for leadership, communication, development, dissemination, and organizaition.

National Service Learning Clearinghouse

A program of Learn and Serve America, the NSLC offers free online resources and the nations largest library of service-learning materials as well as national service-learning listservs and technical assistance and reference services.

National Service Learning Exchange

NSLE provides information about service-learning, feedback on service-learning based course materials, information about recommended techniques and best practices.

National Service Learning Partnerships

The partnership provides access to a national network of service-learning supporters, service-learning tools, resources, and best practices, a "service-learning marketplace" where professionals can offer or seek services, montly updates of resources, and federal advocacy representation.

Corporation for National & Community Service

The CN&CS provides information to individuals of all ages and backgrounds about different service-learning projects including those in education, the environment, public safety, and homeland security. The site also provides information on the Corporation's three major procrams: Senior Corps, AmeriCorps, and Learn and Serve America.

National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE)

NSEE is a non-profit membership association of educators, businesses, and community leaders. Information is provided about the benefits of experiential education in the following areas: intellectual development, ethical development, cross-cultural and global awareness, career exploration, civic and social responsibility, and personal growth.