Individual engagement is a vital component of any healthy, thriving community. At UB, we encourage our students to use their talents to serve a community that has welcomed them for two, four, or possibly several years! It's also a chance to learn new skills and further professional development in their chosen field.
Throughout this new service-learning course, students serve as mentors, tutor middle school students, and support science teachers in classrooms in the Buffalo Public Schools.
LIN 496 allows students to earn UB credit, gain valuable teaching experience, and make a meaningful contribution to the community all at the same time. The Department of Linguistics places UB undergraduate students in the Buffalo Public Schools as a teacher's aid or tutor to work with children on developing their language and literacy skills.
The Department of Communicative Disorders and Sciences offers a non-clinical aid internship that allows students to earn UB credit and gain valuable experience as an aid to a specialized professional. Students will work with a speech-language pathologist in a school setting.
Information on service opportunities is available through Student Engagement. Learn more about their volunteer and community service programs including: Saturday of Service, Alternative Spring Break, StayUpUB fundraiser, and more!