Service-learning with government organizations: challenges, benefits, and paper trails

Wayne Fallon, Amy L Kenworthy

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Service-learning has been growing in popularity and application in management courses for 15+years. Although it is not a new teaching tool, we believe that there are still numerous challenges faced when partnering with government organizations. With our 20+ years of service-learning experience, government partnerships remain operationally difficult. In this interactive session, we present tools for effective government partnering – tip sheets written by government partners, legal documents, contracts, rubrics, and overviews of project goals. Having shared our documents, we will engage participants in an open and honest discussion of the unique challenges and benefits of partnering with government organizations.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Event38th Annual OBTC : Teaching Conference for Management Educators - Sydney, Australia
Duration: 8 Jun 201111 Jun 2011
Conference number: 38th
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Conference38th Annual OBTC
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CitySydney
Period8/06/1111/06/11
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2011. 38th Annual OBTC , Sydney, Australia.

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