Are you looking for an engaging class? Interested in real-life projects, service-learning, teamwork and leadership experience?
Register for Spring ’15 ENG 315: Learning in Community (LINC) courses (3 credit hours) – open to all majors and all levels.
You can use your time at Illinois to learn more AND make your mark in the community! Earn 3 credits in ENG 315: Learning in Community and build your skills while working in interdisciplinary teams on real projects with community partners. You’ll analyze needs, solve problems, and enhance communication, teamwork, and writing skills.
LINC students have real stories to share in interviews, resumes, and personal statements—Compelling stories which help them get into graduate schools, earn scholarships, and obtain internships and jobs. Learn more! Take the opportunity to lead. Innovate and affect change…NOW. ENG 315 counts as an elective for the Leadership Studies Minor. To learn more about LINC projects, see http://linc.illinois.edu and watch the video, “What is LINC?” at http://youtu.be/f7s3aniu_40.
Some ENG 315 sections offered in Spring 2015:
MNT – Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur and Community Partners. Projects related to social and environmental issues in India.
CAU – COVE Alliance Uganda. Projects related to international development, nonprofit funding, donor relations and infrastructure.
NMM – Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies and Mumbai Community Partners. Projects related to social and environmental issues in India.
AP – Allerton Park. Projects related to environmental sustainability and education.
HID – Haiti Infrastructure & Development. Projects related to international development, water issues, reforestation and community engagement.
PHD – Champaign-Urbana Public Health District. Projects related to public health, community gardening, irrigation, and education.
SI – Savanna Institute. Projects related to sustainable agriculture research, outreach, and education.
For more information contact Shikhank Sharma (firstname.lastname@example.org)