Service-Learning Recognizes Partners
On June 7, over 30 faculty and service-learning community partners gathered for an end-of-the-year Community-Based Service-Learning Partner Recognition Reception at St. John Fisher College.
Representatives from the Advocacy Center, Cobblestone School, Center for Youth, CP Rochester, Writers and Books, Saint's Place, and School #12 – among others – gathered to celebrate a successful year of service-learning projects with Fisher faculty and students.
Dr. Lynn Donahue, Service-Learning Initiative Program Coordinator, and Dr. David Pate, Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, made brief remarks thanking the partners and talking about Fisher's commitment to service-learning.
"A goal of our program is to create sustainable relationships so that the work completed by students in one semester can be used as the foundation for work done in subsequent semesters," said Donahue. "Thank you to all for your energy, commitment, and time as we continue to support the growth and development of our organizations, clients, and students."