COR Service Learning
The California Endowment wanted to ensure a strong university and community connection through service learning activities. All COR students have the opportunity to use their research skills to work with community mental health agencies to help them manage their quantitative and qualitative data for grants and program review/evaluation. These service learning experiences can promote the development of empowerment through service to others; enhance positive values (e.g., caring, social justice, activism); develop cultural competence and social competencies (e.g., planning, decision making, interpersonal skills); enhance leadership skills,and promote positive identity through a sense of purpose and future service.
COR Community Affiliates
- Child Care Resource Center
- Cloud and Fire Ministries
- Collective SPACE (Social Power through Action and Community Education)
- Community Health Councils
- Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center
- Eisner Pediatric and Family Medical Center
- Family Stress Center (of the Child and Family Guidance Center)
- My Friend's Place
- Valley Trauma Counseling Center
For more information, contact:
Janet S. Oh, Ph.D.
Director of Community Internships
Department of Psychology