Innovators in service learning share their expertise with the college to help students succeed.
EcoEncore keeps used books, CDs, and videos out of landfills and turns them into funds for environmental organizations.
A project of Action Without Borders that lists nonprofit and community organizations, volunteer opportunities, and nonprofit jobs and internships.
People For Puget Sound seeks to involve citizens in the protection, restoration, and education of Puget Sound and the Northwest straits. There are offices in Mount Vernon, Olympia, and Seattle. Interested in volunteering? There are plenty of opportunities.
The Stillaguamish Tribe Natural Resources Department manages, protects, and conserves natural resources required to sustain healthy populations of fish, shellfish, and wildlife within the Stillaguamish Watershed.
The Sound Salmon Solutions ensures the future of salmon in Island County and the Stillaguamish River and Snohomish River watersheds.
Whidbey Watershed Stewards promotes the integrity of our watersheds and near-shore areas for the mutual benefit of people, their sense of place, and the Puget Sound environment. It educates people of all ages to be good stewards of the land.
Learn and Serve Environmental Anthropology Field (LEAF) School
For those of you interested in an extensive service-learning experience, the LEAF School may be for you. The Learn and Serve Environmental Anthropology Field (LEAF) School is a year-round program offered in partnership through Edmonds and Everett community colleges. The human ecology courses, ANTH 201-203, meet 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on Fridays each quarter of the year.
Students from other campuses are welcome to enroll in LEAF School courses. Most of our activities occur off campus and we take vans together from campus to field sites. To join, visit www.edcc.edu/enroll to sign up.