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Alternative Spring Break: An opportunity for students to travel while providing meaningful community service during Spring Break.
Nonprofit Enrichment Team: A multidisciplinary team of students working together to assist new and developing nonprofit agencies for course credit.
SaveFirst: A service learning opportunity that trains college, graduate, and law students to provide free tax preparation services, financial literacy information, and opportunities for savings and investment to low-income individuals, especially targeting those eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit.
Service Learning: An academic course with structured opportunities for students to critically reflect on the ethical dimensions of both their service and the course.
Tuscaloosa Pre-K Initiative: A program that engages the city school system administrators and educators, UA faculty, staff, and students to offer the best health and education services possible for academically at-risk children and their families.
To Whom Much Is Given: September 2007 statewide conference on service learning and poverty co-sponsored by CESR, focused on defining higher education's obligation toward communities of need in Alabama and developing solutions to poverty through service learning and community engagement.
Tuscaloosa Academic Enrichment: A program that provides high-quality academic and cultural learning experiences to at-risk incoming high school freshmen in Tuscaloosa through a collaborative partnership between UA and the city.