In two pages find an organization that does youth mentoring such as Girlscouts or Boyscouts. ind at least three peer-reviewed articles in the EBSCO library to support your research
Step 1: Introduction – Introduce the topic of service learning and community partnerships. What are the benefits for students and the community when partnering in service learning opportunities? Describe some challenges students might face as service-learners in the community. Introduce your organization as a potential community partner. Provide at least one citation from a peer-reviewed article to support your claims in this section. Citation tutorial
Step 2: Community Partnerships – What other partnerships (companies, businesses, organizations, universities, etc.) does the organization have? What are the benefits of these partnerships? What are past partnerships that the organization no longer maintains? Why were these partnerships ended? What additional partnerships should the organization have and why? Provide at least one citation from a peer-reviewed article to support your claims in this section.
Step 3: Volunteers – Discuss how the organization uses volunteers. What are the benefits to volunteers and the community when volunteers give their time to the organization? Describe the difference between volunteering and performing service learning at the organization. Describe the benefits of service learning for the student and community beyond the service performed at the organization. Provide at least one citation from a peer-reviewed article to support your claims in this section.
Step 4: Conclusion – Provide a Summary the organization’s partnerships and how they use volunteers. Summarize the difference between volunteering and service learning. Conclude with a summary of the benefits and challenges of service learning for students and the community at this organization. Provide at least one citation from a peer-reviewed article to support your claims in this section.
Step 5: References – On a separate reference page, list all the references you have cited in your paper to support your claims.