See Academic Support Services section of the catalog for the listings of SSAA and ESOL courses. See the Career Education and Professional Development Office (CEPD) section of the catalog for the listings of SASE courses.
Academic Community Engagement
Dr. Paul Thurston, Director of Academic Integration
Allison J. Schultz, MPP, Director of Programs
The Center for Academic Community Engagement (ACE) includes a variety of undergraduate and post-graduate experiential education programs that are academically grounded, long-term, and developmental., Through ACE Programs, students have professional experiential learning opportunities across the nonprofit sector. These programs include:
The Bonner Service Leaders Program
The AmeriCorps VISTA Fellows Program
The Nonprofit Excellence and Transformation Program (NEXT)
The Global Service Internship Program (GSI)
The Summer Service Scholars Program (SSS)
The Dake Fellows Program
The Community Engaged Teaching and Learning Program (CETL)
The Community Policy Institute Program (CPI)
The Partnering Leaders and Youth Program (PLAY)
The 200+ students in these programs serve over 60 Capital Region community-based nonprofits through direct service volunteers, practicums and internships, consultant projects, project managers, community engaged courses, community-based research projects and other academic linkages.