Community Service as service or experiential learning is an integral part of the Scholars Program. Learning related to the tasks performed focuses on the broader social, political, historical, and cultural issues. In-class dialogue and presentations provide opportunities for reflection about service experiences. On-site service, exchange, and discussion give scholars opportunity to develop critical leadership skills to become active change agents.
Past community service projects have included:
- The GO Project
- Father's Heart Hunger Prevention Program
- New York Cares
- Project College
- Two Birds One Stone
- Relay for Life
- ASD Climber
- Books and Breakfast
MLK Scholars Teach-In
A Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholars Program hallmark event is the annual MLK, Jr. Scholars Teach-In at local public schools. During spring semester, Scholars will engage junior high and high school students in workshops and other activities focused on social justice and how Dr. King’s legacy can be translated into their everyday in their schools and communities.
Explore an MLK, Jr. Teach-In Lesson Plan (PDF: 93 KB)