Academic Service Learning
Service Learning

Academic Service-Learning is experiential education that combines community service with classroom instruction and reflection in order to help students obtain an enriched learning experience by gaining a deeper understanding of civic responsibility and social ethics.

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Recent School of Management Academic Service Learning Experiences include:


International YMCA Practicum Project

The International YMCA offers an opportunity for students to develop a comprehensive marketing plan which would take into consideration the 4 P’s of marketing, current market dispersion and the current global climate. The plan developed by students will be used by the International YMCA to help re-chart the resources deployed to ensure the effective, efficient and appealing marketing of all programs provided.

VIP Program

Vocational Independence Program Marketing Project

The Vocational Independence Program is a college program at NYIT for students that have significant learning disabilities, acute autism, and spectrum disorders. The goal is to provide the students with the skills and training to live successful and independent lives.  For this program, students restructured the marketing plan to better promote the program and spread awareness.   

Discover LI

Social Networking for Discover Long Island

Using Social Networking channels such as facebook and twitter, students had to create a marketing plan to advertise and promote tourism in Long Island using social media tools.

For additional information please contact:

Dr. Amr Swid
Director of Experiential Education
Phone: 516.686.1077

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