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The Community Based Learning Collaborative (CBLC) :

• Service learning links theory and practice by connecting faculty and students with the needs of K-12 schools, area businesses and community-based and governmental organizations

• The CBLC aims to document USC students’ real-world learning experiences that also deliver meaningful service to nonprofits, small businesses and governmental agencies

• The CBLC supports USC student engagement in learning beyond the classroom

• The CBLC supports USC schools and departments that provide the structure needed to guide and monitor USC students who serve as tutors, mentors, consultants, interns and mini-team teachers

• The CBLC seeks to increase awareness among students, faculty and community members about service-learning and other volunteer opportunities

• The CBLC promotes public service as an integral part of education, fostering in the process reciprocal and transforming relationships between the university and the community

For more information about the CBLC, please visit our website: college.usc.edu/cblc.
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Resources from "Measuring the Good," the 4/6/09 luncheon on service-learning and evaluation

Service Learning Measurement Experience (Barry Boehm) Boehm.ppt

America Learns application (Gary Kosman) Kosman.doc

Assessment and Evaluation of Service-Learning (Lori Vogelgesang & Adrianna Kezar) Vogelgesang & Kezar.ppt

Lessons from Asian Pacific American Community Research Roundtable (APACRR) (Eric C. Wat) Wat.ppt

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At 2:24pm on June 11, 2009, CBLC said…
Call for Projects!

The USC Viterbi School of Engineering is seeking projects for computer course CSCI577 for the 2009 fall semester. As part of their coursework, USC computer science graduate students develop e-service applications for area small businesses or nonprofits. We invite you to be a client during this upcoming year.

Please email Sue Koolmanojwong with any questions at koolmano@usc.edu and see attached.

CSI 577 RFP fall 09.pdf
At 2:22pm on June 11, 2009, CBLC said…
Call for Projects!

Sandra Chrystal, Associate Professor of Clinical Management Communication in the USC Marshall School of Business Center for Management Communication, seeks collaborative writing projects for the Fall 2009 or Spring 2010 semester. These projects allow advanced undergraduate writing students to study real-world situations and problems, to provide a business document for the agency, and to offer analyses and recommendations in the form of detailed written reports.

Due August 15, 2009
Please see attached for more information


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Census 2010

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Here is some important information about the 2010 Census from Virginia Jimenez who works for the US Census Bureau:

  1. USC’s Census tract currently has a very low response rate (~30%, compared to 64% nationwide). Since the Census determines funding for the local community and representation in Congress, it is…

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