Brockton History Tour

The Office of CBL, in collaboration with the Brockton Historical Society, arranges Brockton History Tours, available for any CBL course. Tours are led by Willie Wilson., Jr., local historian and native Brocktonian. 

Community Partners

The Office's Community Partners include a variety of schools, businesses, non-profit organizations, and government agencies.

CBL Conferences

Many conferences related to community-based learning are held throughout the year. We encourage you to attend.

CBL Courses

CBL Course is a regular classroom course with additional hours creating and implementing projects or conducting research in partnership with a local community organization.

Faculty Handbook

The CBL Faculty Handbook is a guide for developing your CBL course. It includes tips on getting started, reflection, evaluation, and example syllabi.

Faculty Handbook Feedback

Diversity Training

The Diversity Training is available to any Community-Based Learning course and can be arranged at any time during the semester. Its main is to have students think critically about root causes of inequality as they prepare to serve in local communities. 

Faculty Speak

Stonehill faculty are doing some great community work. Read about Chris Wetzel's work here: Our Journey to a Dialogue and Susan Mooney's work here: Our Journey to Making a Difference

Summer Institute

The CBL Summer Institute gives faculty an opportunity to team up with a community partner and student leader, and work closely with OCBL staff to design a new CBL course or revamp an already existing CBL course. Faculty apply to attend and receive a small stipend. Summer Institute Application: 2014

 

A workshop in Southern Connecticut put together a presentation of the history & theory of service learning, as well as the best practices in academic application. The World Of Service Learning