“We cannot walk alone. And as we walk, we must make the pledge that we shall march ahead. We cannot turn back.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

September 2nd, 2013

50 years since Martin Luther King’s dream speech, and opportunities still abound for us to work together to make the world a better place. The Center for Service-Learning (CSL) at IU East is committed to connecting IU East students with community needs.  There are many options for you to help, some requiring as few as 2 -3 hours for a one-time event and some on a regular basis. They range from crafts with kids to services for Seniors, from building ramps to helping with homework. There is something for everyone; something for YOU! So please take the first step to service and contact the IU East Center for Service-Learning: iueastsl@iue.edu

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The mission of the Center for Service-Learning at Indiana University East is to promote service engagement as an integral component of a student’s civic education and to facilitate Campus connections with the regional and online communities we serve.


To enrich the campus and community through educationally meaningful service that helps students become socially responsible citizens.


• Systematically collect, document, and report all service-learning activities generated through courses, projects and events by Indiana University East.
• Assist in development of partnerships that improve community quality of life and enhance student learning.
• Support faculty and staff development through sharing of research, best practices, and resources for effectively implementing community service and civic engagement.
• Actively participate in assessment of service-learning.

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To read about some highlights from summer 2013:


We hope to hear from you soon! iueastsl@iue.edu

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