Below is our growing list of community partners. We typically ask students to select a venue for completion of their Academic Service-Learning (AS-L) project, which entails a semester-long commitment. As we continue to grow our AS-L activities, so will our need for additional neighboring institutions serving a multilingual population. If you are interested in joining our list, please contact us or tell us when we may contact you (schedule a phone call or visit by clicking here).
A top-rated elementary-middle school located on the main campus of Florida Atlantic University, servicing Broward and Palm Beach counties. LLCL students help elementary school children in Italian language courses and and related events.
Located in the Center for Teaching and Learning (the tutoring center) on the second floor of General Classrooms South (GS-2) C.L.A.S.S. provides academic support services to thousands of FAU students each semester. Our students tutor their peers who are enrolled in lower-level Italian, French, and Spanish language courses.
The Spanish wing of St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, located near the main campus of Florida Atlantic University. Our students assist church staff during Spanish mass, Bible study classes, and other events serving the Spanish-speaking population of Boca Raton and neighboring communities.
An excellent nursing home and rehabilitation center with 170 beds and a significant number of Spanish-speaking residents. LLCL students regularly interact with residents and discuss various topics, ranging from historical events to issues affecting contemporary society.
A thriving high school located in Delray Beach, with a notably diverse student population. Francophone students with limited English proficiency, as well as Anglophone students enrolled in French classes at the high school, regularly interact with FAU students for tutoring and conversation.
Established in 1938, the WPBHA provides wonderful, affordable housing to thousands of residents with limited financial resources. Our students interact primarily with Spanish-speaking residents of the Southridge Community, where they cook, read and translate correspondence, garden, teach fitness classes, and discuss historical and current events.