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Day in the Life (DITL) - Community Service Learning


 

Aug 31, 2016: Day in the Life (DITL) Registration Database opens for registration.

What is DITL?

The Day in the Life Program (DITL) is a community-based initiative that addresses the disparity in academic performance among youth in Charlottesville & Albemarle County schools.  Through service-learning, UVA students provide classroom and homework assistance to locale K-12 students.

For College Credit:

Work in school classrooms, after-school programs, and community agencies to provide classroom and homework assistance through the following Curry courses.

Class & Section                  Class Name

EDHS 1100                          Introduction to Youth and Social Innovation

EDHS 2895                          Minding the Mind: Engaging Youth in Learning

EDHS 2995                          Change the World: Fdns of Community Engagement

EDHS 3200                          Introduction to Counseling Student Athletes

EDIS 2010                           Teaching as a Profession

EDIS 2880                           Field Experience

EDLF 3240                          Multicultural Education

For Community Service:

Earn community service hours by volunteering in our local schools and community agencies.

How do I get started?

To sign up, visit http://curry.virginia.edu/ditl and attend a DITL Community Service Learning Information session, held at the beginning of each semester.

For additional information about the program, please contact us at dayinthelife@virginia.edu or visit us in Ruffner Hall, suite 102.

Jane Mayhew Cook
Education and Outreach Coordinator
Office Hours: Mon – Fri (9:00 AM – 3:00 PM)
Curry School of Education
102 Ruffner Hall, Charlottesville, VA  22904
Phone: 434.924.0748 | Fax: 434.243.0565

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