Service Learning

 

On an NCTC Service Learning Trips, students get the opportunity to volunteer, travel, and learn about various communities. The NCTC Service Learning trips promote teamwork and help build student's skill levels. In addition, to volunteering there are opportunities to enjoy the culture of the area

This next Service Learning Trip will be from Monday, December 15th - Thursday December 18th in San Antonio. For more info contact Daisy Garcia at dgarcia@nctc.edu.


Past Service Learning Trips:

May 2014: Houston Food Bank, San Antonio 's Haven for Hope Austin Parks & Rec
December 2013: New Orleans, NOLA Parks and Rec & Community Kitchen
December 2012: Students were back in New Orleans building with Habitat for Humanity!
March 2011: students volunteered in New Mexico rebuilding a Ramada and restroom at a historic state park.
May 2010: students volunteered in St. Louis with the Parks Department, Detroit with the Mayors Office, and Chicago with a Nursing Home.
March 2010: students volunteered restoring Battleship Texas and Habitat for Humanity in New Orleans. 
December 2009: students volunteer in San Francisco with a wildlife habitat and museum.
May 2009: students headed down to Galveston to help re-open Galveston State Park which had been closed since Hurricane Ike. The students worked on removing fences along the sand dunes as well as building picnic tables for the camp sites.
2008: when five students headed down to New Orleans to work with American Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity to help rebuild New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. The students were featured in a documentary called HOPE.