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CABNR Students

  Participation in service-learning increases a student's ability to learn from course  content and provides them with an opportunity for gaining first-hand knowledge of a  community issue. Students are encouraged to take this knowledge, apply it, and develop  a deeper understanding of course concepts (theory and facts), the community issue (social,  economic, political and cultural), the community organization (history, mission,  governance, clientele, programming), consider their own learning (values, morals,  stereotypes, goals) and develop skills (critical thinking, communication, networking,  professionalism). The community experience plays a vital role and acts as a co-educator  in the learning process.

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