Suffolk University Oral History Project (SOH-038)
Carolina Garcia, the director of S.O.U.L.S. (Suffolk Organization for Uplifting Lives Through Service) Center for Community Engagement, discusses her involvement with service, service learning, and the development of her department at Suffolk University. Originally from Venezuela, Garcia talks about her educational background and the beginnings of her interest in community service. She explains the various forms of service that take place on the Suffolk campus including volunteering, service learning and the integration of community service activities into Suffolk University’s undergraduate curriculum. The interview also covers the importance of community partnerships as well as the impact of experiential learning on undergraduate students. Garcia concludes with thoughts on the evolution of her department and her vision for its future.
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Garcia, Carolina and Price, Claire, "Oral history interview with Carolina Garcia (SOH-038)" (2009). Suffolk University Oral History Project. 28.