The Les and Irene Dubé Community Service-Learning Program (CSL) at STM is a type of experiential learning which involves:
- Students being partnered with community-based agencies to contribute meaningful volunteer service.
- Students participating in reflection activities to help make the connections between their community experience and their university learning.
Students at STM can participate in CSL outside their classes in the Service & Justice Project, or within some of our classes themselves.
Service and Justice Project
The Service and Justice Project involves a) a service project with a local community agency throughout the school year, b) group discussions with your peers, and c) presentations from community agencies.
See the world through the eyes of your heart with this international community service-learning program.
L'Arche Canada Experience
Living and working with adults who have intellectual disabilities provides a transformative summer service-learning experience.
CSL in Courses
You can incorporate local community service into a growing number of STM credit courses.
L-R: Emma-Love Cabana (Student Mentor), Cooper Muirhead (Engaged Learning Program Assistant), Caitlin Ward (Engaged Learning Coordinator), Sheldon Moellenbeck (Student Mentor), and Anson Liski (Student Mentor)
Engaged Learning Coordinator