Community and Civic Engagement
Earners of this microcredential will engage in Applied Learning experiences with real-world applications concentrated in community and civic engagement. Earners demonstrate a minimum of 20 hrs of Applied Learning specifically in designated civic engagement, community service, and community engagement/social justice internships. Activities integrate key competencies such as career/self-development, leadership, communication, professionalism, critical thinking, teamwork, equity & inclusion, and use of technology.
Admission Requirements for application:
- Participants must be enrolled at Farmingdale State College
- Completion of the Microcredential Application on Etrieve
Requirements to earn the microcredential:
To achieve the Community and Civic Engagement microcredential, participants will need to be enrolled at FSC and earn a minimum of 20 hours in the following formally approved Applied Learning Co-curricular activities with at least two different Approved Hosts (Nexus Center, Office of Community and Civic Engagement, or Research Aligned Mentorship).
Time to complete:
Minimum of 20 hours
Cost to attend:
Co-curricular microcredentials are non-credited activities; therefore, do not incur tuition. However, in certain instances fees may apply.