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StanServes S4 Database

Sign in, select your site, and complete the required paperwork for your service learning or internship on the StanServes S4 website

Tutorials For Stan Serves S4

View for a step by step S4 Student How-To sheet. This is a one page guide to help you use StanServes S4 for your Service Learning or Internship course(s).

View a full tutorial for the Student How To Powerpoint


Turlock Community Collaborative Directory - A Non-Profit Service Agency Resource Guide

Due to requests for community services and resources during the current stay-at-home period, we are making available this valuable local resource guide listing many service agencies in Stanislaus County.

Please click on this link: Turlock Community Collaborative Directory, to open a pdf copy of the directory.  Please note that agency personnel may change at any time; however, you can always utilize the general contact information.


Service Learning Empowers Students Through

  • Leadership Development
  • Direct Experience to Enrich and Apply Classroom Knowledge
  • Career Exploration and Professional Development
  • Broadened and Deepened Social Consciousness
  • Non-Traditional and Creative Learning Environment
  • Civic Engagement
  • Social Justice
  • Intellectual Pursuit
  • Strengthened Community

The Office of Service Learning is here to help you with any questions you may have concerning service learning experiences and opportunities.

Additionally, the California State University system has established risk management policy and procedures for students participating in off-campus service learning courses and internships. To understand more about the university's risk management procedures, please see the Student Guide to Risk Management in Internships and Service Learning Placements