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New Orleans, LA 70118

Phone: 504-862-3322
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Public Service Fellows

The Public Service Fellows Program aims to recruit and train student leaders who will become the face of service-learning on and off campus. By participating in the program, students earn 4 credit hours and complete their second tier graduation requirement.  Students will also develop a one-on-one relationship with faculty members and  community partners, grow in public service leadership and professional development, and learn to be innovative in by creating solutions to service issues with a practical and academic focus.

Student-focused and learning-centered, the program will establish a campus culture of engagement, invigorate scholarship, and renew Tulane's commitment to campus-community partnership. In doing so, the PSF program will meet the following five goals:

Personal Development

Provide Public Service Fellows the opportunity to develop a personal philosophy on civic engagement while acquiring leadership skills that will positively affect future academic and professional choices.

Scholarship

Enable faculty members to teach high quality service-learning courses and promote engaged scholarship through their teaching and research.

Service

Provide community partner organizations with student leaders who can support their Tulane peers in accomplishing ethical and efficient service.

Mentoring

Provide service learning student with peer mentors who will model the characteristics of personal, social, and intellectual engagement.

Capacity Building

Increase Center for Public Service staff retention and efficacy rates allowing Center staff to focus on university and community based capacity building efforts, program development, and long term sustainability.

 

Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5000 website@tulane.edu