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Service Learning

Participating in service learning can have a positive impact on students’ academic learning. It improves students’ ability to apply what they have learned in “the real world”. There is also a positive impact on academic outcomes such as demonstrated complexity of understanding, problem analysis, problem-solving, critical thinking, and cognitive development.
Service-Learning Opportunities!
Reminder: You must complete a minimum of 25 hours of service-learning each year!
  • Beyond Hunger Food Pantry (Social Services)
  • Brooklyn Design League - Mouse Program of Brooklyn College Community Partnership (Technology)
  • Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office (Law, Criminal Justice)
  • Brooklyn Museum (Art, Social Justice)
  • CCC New York - Youth Action Program (Social Justice, Community Organizing)*
  • Downstate Medical Center (Education, Healthcare, Medicine)
  • East Flatbush Village (Education, Tutoring, Counseling, Social Services, Social Justice, Community Organizing)
  • Flatbush YMCA (Education, Community Organizing)
  • Gallop NYC (Education, Animal Care - Horses)
  • Glamour Gals (Cosmetology, Office Management)**
  • NY Animal Care Center (Animal Care)
  • P.S. 6 (Business, Office Management)
  • Police Athletic League (Education, Social Services)
  • Prospect Park Alliance (Environment, Nature)
  • Prospect Park Zoo (Animal Care, Education)
  • Reading Partners (Education, Tutoring)
  • Red Cross (Healthcare, Social Services, Education)*
  • Sean Casey Animal Rescue (Animal Care)
  • SCO Family of Services (Education, Tutoring)
  • Visions Center on Aging (Counseling, Social Services, Culinary Arts, Healthcare)
  • We are Brooklyn Community Services (Social Services, Counseling, Healthcare, Medicine, Education, Culinary Arts)
  • Youth Bridge (Social Action, Career/Leadership Development, Conflict Mediation, Youth Advocacy)*

*Located in Manhattan
**Office Management in Manhattan; Cosmetology throughout NYC