OCPD Service Learning
Fisk University’s projects focus on supporting and improving our community and building relationships with its residents. When choosing projects, students should think about what interests them and what qualities, abilities, and skills they can use in the community. Our values reflect our overall ethical and moral engagement. We believe that individuals achieve high standards when supported by the collective work of others. We reinforce this value by constantly creating opportunities to collaborate both inside and outside of traditional alliances on our University, our proximate community, and the world. It is our responsibility to prepare young people to be stewards of an ever-changing world. That means that we must model behavior grounded in truthfulness and compassion. Leaders are obligated to empower those around them. We are consistent, transparent, and accountable. Through our words and behaviors, we encourage others to exhibit these same attributes. Service is our ability to give the gift of knowledge to humanity. As we serve, we become transformed and so do our communities.
This year we transitioned to a new platform to track volunteer hours called MyVoluntier. On this site, you will be able to track and get your hours approved. All students are required to read the Service Learning Guidelines and Procedures below.
To view the Fisk University Service Procedures & Guidelines Manual click here
Any Faculty/staff needing a sub-organization account to approve volunteer hours on campus, please contact Lakiesha Griffin.
Any partners needing an account to approve volunteer hours outside of Fisk, please sign up as an organization on MyVoluntier. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Lakiesha Griffin.
Click here to access and find Service Learning Hours