Engagement Details

Community Service Internship - WGST 499

 

What to Expect

See how women's and gender studies theories apply in the real world through a community service project or a research project. In your supervised learning experience, you will explore the global and state contexts for gender dynamics in community engagement.

This engagement qualifies for these special designations:

  • GLD-Professional & Civic Engagement
  • GLD-Community Service
  • Experiential Learning Opportunity
  • Option to appear on UofSC Experience extended transcript

Term: Spring 2022

 

Requirements

Time Commitment: 90 - 119 hours
Who Can Participate: See Academic Bulletin for Course Prerequisites
Minimum Credit Hours: See Academic Bulletin for Course Prerequisites
Minimum GPA:  See Academic Bulletin for Course Prerequisites
Other Requirements See Academic Bulletin for Course Prerequisites

 

Engagement Benefits

How expectations are communicated:
Group orientation / class session(s)

Learning activities:
Apply specialized knowledge
Community service / civic engagement

Knowledge or skills developed:
Civic knowledge and engagement
Professionalism / career readiness

Who you will work with:
External agency (employer, college, school, community agency)

Who will communicate feedback and how:
Group / class session with faculty member
Group / class session with external supervisor

Reflection expectations:
Group / class session(s) with faculty
Each student produces written reflection(s)

 

Additional Information

Academic Bulletin