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Student Leadership, Involvement, and Civic Engagement


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CONNECT

The SLICE office is building a community of learners and inspiring the growth of the whole student by facilitating extracurricular and co-curricular activities which support student engagement, leadership, involvement, teamwork, retention and life-long learning opportunities.

Looking for a way to get more involved at TCC? Join a student organization. We have clubs and organizations for all types of students, and if there is not an organization for you we can assist you with creating one. Browse our Connect TCC site to learn about or join one of TCC's student organizations.

Get involved on campus by attending our programs and events. We look to compliment the in class learning with meaningful programming that supports the College's mission.
For a full list of campus events please visit our Involvement Calendar.

LEAD


Peer Leaders are experienced students who work with faculty and staff and small groups of students to assist them with setting goals, connecting to college life, navigating college systems, utilizing college resources and services, and developing a commitment to leadership and service. Whether you are new student or a student who has successfully completed college-level courses, the SLICE office has something to offer you! 

                 

SERVE

Volunteer Opportunities

SLCE offers a list of community agencies that are currently in need of volunteers. In addition, students can check weekly for listings of short-term volunteer opportunities and information about sponsored service trips. For more information or to discuss which agency/organization is right for you, please contact the Service Learning & Civic Engagement​ Coordinator.

Service-Learning Resources

There are many benefits for students and faculty involved in service-learning courses. The SLCE offers resources to help students understand the elements involved in service-learning and to help faculty develop courses to fully integrate service into the classroom. Service Learning is a structured educational activity, program or curriculum that engages student with the community in order to address identified needs while reinforcing academic achievement to create an activity that changes both the student and the provider. Service Learning includes academic preparation, work activities needed by the community, and structured reflection. The resources available can aid students and faculty in each of these areas.

Service-Learning Resources

What is Service-Learning?
Definition: A structured educational activity, program, or curriculum that engages students in service with the community to address identified needs while reinforcing academic achievement to create an activity that changes both the student and the provider. Service Learning includes academic preparation, work activities needed by the community, and structured reflection.

 

Benefits of Service Learning

  • Academic Learning Skills
  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Leadership Skills
  • Interpersonal Skills (Includes Self-Discovery)
  • Understanding Diversity Issues
  • Civic and Democratic Participation
  • Impact on (Ability/Interest in Solving) Social Problems
  • Degree and Career Planning
  • Valuable Real World Work Experience

Student Resources

TallyScript

The Tallahassee Community College TallyScript is a co-curricular transcript that tracks and records all of your TCC co-curricular activities( i.e. internships, student organization work, and/or volunteer hours) through our “Connect TCC” online system. This activity verification form is used to collect signatures to verify activities submitted online. Along with your academic transcript, Tallyscript will provide a greater reflection of your whole TCC college career to potential employers and four-year institutions you may be transferring to.
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