“To equip the whole person for lifelong service.”
Bethel College’s Service Learning Center exists to promote the integration of service with education. We do this by forming partnerships with local nonprofit organizations to provide opportunities for students to serve those in our community and learn the importance of service as Jesus taught us.
Looking for a way to serve your community? Visit our list of Service Opportunities to volunteer for an organization or individual in need!
To learn more about the ways you can serve, contact the Service Learning Office at ServiceLearning@BethelCollege.edu or 574.257.3367 or visit us in AC 412.
Labor For Your Neighbor: Saturday, April 13th, 9 am – NOON
The fifth-annual Labor For Your Neighbor is scheduled for Saturday, April 13th and the Service Learning Office needs YOU! Sign-ups will take place online April 8-12th. This service opportunity gives you the chance to make a difference in the Bethel neighborhood by volunteering to help our neighbors with spring cleaning or outdoor projects. The first 50 students to sign up will receive a FREE T-SHIRT! See you there!
Presidential Servant Leadership Award: Friday April 26th, 10 AM
The Presidential Servant Leadership Award will be given to four recipients who have been nominated and selected by their peers and professors. President Cramer & the Director of Service Learning will present the award in Chapel on Friday, Friday, April 26th. Please come out and support your fellow students who are being recognized for their servant’s heart of leadership.
2010 - Cat Hershberger, Jacob Mangum, Todd McLaughlin, Chris Todia (pictured above)
2011 - Carlie Dunbar, Dustin Heath, Emily Henry, Sarah Thompson
2012 - Cassie Eberly, Nicole Freeman, Sabrina Hallock, David Smith