What CCNY Students Say About Service-Learning
"The service experience makes what we're learning tangible, real not just theory...It makes me look at issues differently and provides me with different ways to respond to injustices." (PSC 355) Environmental Politics and Policy: Camparative and Global Perspectives." student.
"[The greatest impact of this course was]...being able to engage in activities that made a significant difference in people's live." (PSC 355): Envionmental Politics and Policy: Comparative and Global Perspectives student..
"[The course] helped me to appreciate how much work actually goes into operating an NGO [non-governmental organization] and the impact of their work."(PSC 254): International Organizations student.
"I learned a great deal in this course. I learned how I could systematically study and analyze change. I have gained many new perspectives on what true change is and how we should think about it in order for it to truly happen." (MCA 21126) Market Research student.
"The best impact was seeing the affect of what we read in the articles in real life. [The experience] really helped clarify the theoretical materials and helped us to use what we learn[ed] theoretically in a practical way, in real life. (PSY B9749) Health Psychology student.
"I felt it was a great experience. It was different from anything I had done before such as volunteering or internships. I recommend it and I will definitely look out for other service-learning courses." (PSC 355): Envionmental Politics and Policy: Comparative and Global Perspectives student.
"The greatest impact of this course was that I was helping an organization better communicate [to] the community they serve." - (MCA 21126) Market Research Lab student.