Service and Enrichment 

Service and Enrichment are integral pillars of the Schoolcraft Scholars Honors Program. Knowledge, personal growth, and skills developed through Service and Enrichment are assessed as learning outcomes and transfer to professional life.

What is Service?

Keep Growing Detroit

Schoolcraft Scholars volunteering with Keep Growing Detroit. 

Service consists of volunteer work that serves individuals and the community at large. Service fosters a sense of altruism and civic responsibility. By volunteering with local organizations (Keep Growing Detroit, Gleaners Community Food Bank, Project Share Joy), scholars are able to connect with others and impact their local communities. 

What is Enrichment?

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Schoolcraft Scholars visiting the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills, Michigan.

Enrichment consists of any civic and cultural engagement or leadership conference that is not considered service. Enrichment kindles an interest in lifelong learning. By attending museum trips (Holocaust Memorial Center, Detroit Institute of Arts), Honors Leadership Conferences (GVSU Conference, LSS Professional Development Conference), Honors Program Guest Speaker Symposiums, Pageturners Book Club, The Multicultural Fair, and other events on campus, scholars cultivate a well-rounded educational experience.

Service and Enrichment Requirements

Scholars are required to complete 50 hours of Service (volunteer work with on-campus and off-campus organizations) and 15 hours of Enrichment (museum trips, Pageturners, and other campus events) before they graduate from the program. Service and Enrichment reflections must be documented in the Service Log and turned in each semester. All service documents are listed below:
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Service LogDOCX772.06 KB Download
Sample Service LogPDF103.69 KB Download

Make sure your service hours count!

Service hours must be completed through one of our many approved campus partnerships. We are happy to add new service partners, so if you are working with an organization that isn’t currently recognized as a partner, just call the Honors office to request that we add them to the list.

Thank you for your service!