Service Learning

 

Third Annual Service Learning Conference

Here at Chattahoochee Technical College, which is composed of eight campuses from Pickens County to Cobb County, our goal is academic success through a shared commitment among the students, instructors, staff, and community partners. We strive to increase student achievement and to promote student learning through instruction in and out of the classroom with hands-on experience with our community partners. Consequently, we hold our students to high standards towards being career ready.

On April 23, 2015, CTC’s Center for Service Learning is hosting its 3rd Annual Service Learning Conference. This year’s conference is a community and campus-wide Mental Health Awareness Conference where we will be have three keynote speakers, breakout sessions, and student presentations and projects. Your day will begin with student presentations and research projects followed by keynote speakers Chief Mark Adger from the Fulton County Jail and George Herron, Fulton County Medical Director. From there, we will have various breakout sessions and lunch at noon. After lunch, we will continue with breakout sessions and conclude the day with keynote speakers Cathryn Coone-McCrary from the National Alliance on Mental Health and Cobb County Superior Court Judge Mary Staley.

mental health awareness graphic

Registration for the Mental Health Awareness Conference is CLOSED.
Please contact Leigh Keever if you have questions about this event.
Email: Leigh.Keever@Chattahoocheetech.edu, Office: 770-528-4481

Service Learning Mission Statement and Vision

Mission:

The Chattahoochee Technical College Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement is committed to supporting efforts to combine academic instruction with service in the community in order to assist students in pursuing educational, career, and personal goals. Learning which is enhanced through service affirms the value of human life and creates a lifelong commitment to civic engagement, community connectedness, and social responsibility.

Vision:

  1. Encourage students to actively and reflectively make a difference in themselves and today’s society.
  2. Help students and faculty reach academic and personal goals through service.
  3. Help students and faculty move beyond the classroom and become involved in the community.
  4. Provide networking opportunities.

Service Learning Contact Information

Contact the Service Learning Staff

Center for Service Learning

The Center for Service Learning is located on the Marietta Campus in room F2129.

Service.Learning@chattahoocheetech.edu

Service Learning Staff

Leigh Keever
Faculty Co-Director of Service Learning
Sociology Instructor
Marietta Campus, Office F2130
Leigh.Keever@ChattahoocheeTech.edu
770-528-4481

Marian Muldrow
Faculty Co-Director of Service Learning
English Instructor
Marietta Campus, Office F2131
Marian.Muldrow@ChattahoocheeTech.edu
770-528-4532

 

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