Certificate of Completion, and Graduation Cords & Stoles for Dedicated Service Learning Students.
Recognition of Service
Students who complete the following requirements for total service hours have the option to apply for the following:
Service Learning Certificate of Completion – 15 hours of service. Fill out form, must pick up certificate from office.
Service Learning Graduation Cord* – 50 hours of service total while a student at Palomar. Cord cost is $10
Service Learning Graduation Embroidered Stole* – 100 hours of service total while a student at Palomar. Stole cost is $15
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in a Cord or Stole.
Presidential Volunteer Service Award – a National award recognizing students who complete 100 hours or more of community service during a calendar year. The Service Learning Department will provide documentation of Service Learning Hours completed that can be used toward this award.
Have your story printed in Palomar College’s Service Learning Book -Learning through Serving.
All Service Learning Students are invited to share their experiences of personal, educational, and career growth and empowerment while spreading knowledge and passion for Service Learning and the organization they served. Please fill out the Submission form for the Service Learning Book, Learning through Serving.
Congratulations to the 2017 Excellence in Service Learning Award Winners!
During each semester, Professors and Community Partners are invited to nominate students for the Excellence in Service-Learning Awards. In the Spring, selected students will be awarded the annual Service Learning Scholarship.
Palomar College is proud to have so many excellent service learning students serving our community and representing Palomar College in a positive light.
Award winners receive a small scholarship. Your charitable contributions make a difference to Palomar College Service Learning Students, and the community we serve.We appreciate your generosity and support.
Past Award Winners Share Their Service Learning Experience
Valeria Perez explains in a video how volunteering as an ASL interpreter for Service Learning was beneficial to her.
Ted Mendenhall shares in a video his experiences with a new community partner, Traveling Stories.
Pictures of our Award winners in action: