Medieval Crime and Community
Service learning is optional for this course.
TIME COMMITMENT: 15 hours
KEEP TRACK OF YOUR TIME:
To record Service Learning time you must use the digital timesheet to log and document your service learning activity. This includes time you spend at or online with the service site, researching, gathering information, meeting with fellow students or agency representatives, and executing aspects of your service learning. Time should be recorded daily to log the start and end of each service assignment. Completed time logs are due twice per semester at midterm, October 11, and by the final day of class, December 8 for review and verification. Any time submitted after these dates will not be considered for service learning credit. If you have any problems or questions, please reach out right away to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students will consider the criminalization of medieval poverty by working with an organization that involves outreach to marginalized members of the community and will draw on their service-learning experience to compare medieval and modern approaches to social justice.
PRE-APPROVED Service Learning placements:
Cafe' con Ingles
CCANO: Immigration & Refugee Services
Crescent City Café
Harry Tompson Center
The NET Charter School
Travelers Aid Society
Wage Claim Clinic at the Workplace Justice Project
HOW TO GET STARTED?
- Watch the OCELTS "Getting Started with Service Learning" video to understand the SL process.
- Choose at least two agencies to meet with at the SERVE fair.
- Use the How to Excel in Service Learning worksheet to determine your availability for service.
- Secure your placement on time. Submit your acceptance form before the deadline.
- Document all hours (start and end of each service task) using the service learning timesheet. OCELTS regularly monitors time logs and verifies hours with your site twice per semester.
- Know that your agency supervisor will submit a performance evaluation on your work at the end of the semester. This evaluation will go to your professor and be incorporated into your class grade.