Intergenerational Service-Learning in Higher Education

Posted by on January 20, 2009

Intergenerational Service-Learning in Higher Education
Date(s):     March 31, 2009
Venue:     Rochester NY

* For College Faculty Interested in the Model of Intergenerational Service Learning in Higher Education (service and learning done by both college students and elders) —what it is, how it works, impact on faculty career and scholarship.

In 2008, both presidential candidates pledged efforts to promote national service. Service Nation was the event that brought political parties together to pledge to “build a national movement to inspire a new era of citizen service in America” (; retrieved 1/2/09).

You can be a catalyst in this movement on campus!

Experts within the field, including faculty and community partners, will be present to share success stories and effective ways to implement and gain the most benefit in this arena.

Tuesday, March 31, 2009: Rochester, NY
Friday, April 3, 2009: NYC, NY
Tuesday, April 14, 2009: Syracuse, NY

Topics include:
* The Intergenerational Classroom
* Building Campus/Community Partnerships
* Recruiting the Older Volunteer
* Selling IG SL to College Administration
* Linking Scholarship to IG SL
* Funding Opportunities and a message from CNCS

Also available on the FLTC website:

Sponsor Information

Sponsor:     FLTC
Contact:     Amy Davenport
Address:     150 State St., Ste. 301
Albany, NY 12207
Phone:     (518) 449-7873

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