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Learning Through Experience.
Meeting Community Needs.

Do you feel called to serve your community? AACC encourages, builds, and fosters community engagement through community service and service-learning. After all, as the community’s college, giving back is a part of who we are.


AACC students pack food into boxes.

Community Service

Serve your community and make a difference.

AACC helps thousands of students, faculty and staff connect to causes that matter to them while providing help to community organizations. There are opportunities for individuals, families, groups and clubs - many of which can be done from home. Volunteer to get experience, meet others and give back to your community!

Volunteer Opportunities

There are so many ways to give back. Find an opportunity that appeals to you, using the resources below. 

  • The AACC Volunteer Newsletter is delivered weekly to your inbox with local opportunities. Sign up to receive these emails.
  • Students can join the AACC Student Government Association or other AACC clubs for service opportunities. Check out the Nest to find different AACC organizations.
  • The Volunteer Voice on 1430 WNAV, hosted by AACC, airs at 9:10 a.m. Wednesdays (1430 AM, 99.9 FM). Listen to community nonprofits discuss their upcoming volunteer opportunities.
  • Follow and like AACC Volunteer on Facebook for lots of local volunteer activity.
  • Volunteer Match is a national site that allows for customized searching by ZIP code.
  • If you have court-ordered community service hours to complete, you may be able to find opportunities through Volunteer Match.
    Note: You must notify any organization you wish to volunteer for that you have court-ordered community service hours to complete and provide information on the nature of your offense. Failure to notify the organization may result in an inability to verify hours completed. Whenever you attend a project, we strongly recommend that you get a community organization official to verify the hours you have served at the end of each project day. It is often difficult to get verification of hours later. AACC does not provide hour verification for any project. Need help? Email volunteer@aacc.edu

AACC Student at the Volunteer Fair

Service-Learning

Service-Learning combines academic learning with community service. It helps you make the connection between what you've learned and the real world, gives you experience and meets community needs. 

Do you have Service-Learning requirements? You can find them in Canvas.


Service-Learning Courses

There are lots of Service-Learning opportunities. Service-learning options can usually be found in specific sections of the following courses.

Art

ART-166 – Graphic Design

ART-264 – Fundamentals of Typography

ART-266 – Graphic Design 2

Biology

BIO-103 – General Botany

BIO-107 – Environmental Science

BIO-230 – Structure and Function of the Human Body

BIO-231 – Human Biology 1

BIO-232 – Human Biology 2

BIO-233 – Anatomy and Physiology 1

BIO-234 – Anatomy and Physiology 2

Business

BPA-103 – Introduction to Entrepreneurship

BPA-105 – Exploring the Future

BPA-111 – Business and Its Environment

BPA-120 – Small Business Management

BPA-125 – Marketing Principles

BPA-126 – Advertising and Sales Promotion

BPA-127 – E-marketing

BPA-162 – Business Communications

BPA-171 – Principles of Supervision

BPA-172 – Human Resource Management

BPA-231 – Social Entrepreneurship

Chemistry

CHE-112 - General Chemistry 2

CHE-214 - Organic Chemistry

Communications

COM-101 - Introduction to Mass Media

COM-111 - Fundamentals of Oral Communication

COM-200 - Intercultural Communication

Dance

DAN-221 - Intermediate Modern Dance 1

DAN-222 - Intermediate Modern Dance 2

DAN-240 - Dance Production

English

ENG-121 - Composition and Literature

Entrepreneurial Studies

ESI-103 - Entrepreneurial Thinking, Creating and Opportunity Recognition

ESI-104 - Sales and Marketing for Small Business

Future

FTR-105 – Exploring the Future

Gender Studies

GSS-113/HEA-113 – Women’s Health

GSS/HUM-210 – Images of Women

Health

HEA-101 – Health, Fitness and Exercise Studies

HEA/GSS-113 – Women’s Health

HEA-115 – Personal Safety

HEA-230 – Personal Trainer Fundamentals

Hotel/Restaurant Management

HRM-123 – Cooking Techniques 1

HRM-251 – Food and Beverage Operations Management

Human Services

HUS-114 – Counseling, Assessment and Case Management

Math

MAT-221 – Fundamental Concepts of Math

Nursing

NUR-220 – Nursing of Adult Clients in Health and Illness 2

NUR-221 – Nursing Care of Children and Families

Philosophy

PHL-111 – Introduction to Philosophy

PHL-146 – Contemporary Moral Problems

Physical Science

PHS-100 – Physical Science

Physical Therapist Assistant

PTA-101 – Introduction to Physical Therapist Assisting

Physician Assistant

PHA-114 – Pediatric Medicine 1

PHA-119 – Pediatric Medicine 2

Physics

PHY-111 – Fundamentals of Physics

Psychology

PSY-105 – Exploring the Future

PSY-111 – Introduction to Psychology

PSY-123 – Social Psychology

PSY-211 – Developmental Psychology

PSY-214 – Abnormal Psychology

Sociology

SOC-105 – Exploring the Future

SOC-111 – Introduction to Sociology

Spanish

SPA-221 – Intermediate Spanish Conversation

Questions?

We're here to help.

Sarbanes Center for Career and Civic Engagement

Tresa Ballard

410-777-2366

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8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Our Staff

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Tresa Ballard
410-777-2366

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Elizabeth Gallagher
410-777-2053

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