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Earn Credit and Make a Difference!
The Department of Psychology offers multiple ways to become involved in the community while earning credit toward your degree. Each of the Service Learning Courses below fulfills the experiential lab requirement for the Psychology major. Both Psychology and BCN majors will find the Service Learning Courses to be a rewarding experience that allows you to apply your knowledge outside of the classroom.
Please see the sections below for more details regarding our Service Learning Courses.
Detroit Initiative- Psych 325
Project Outreach- Psych 211
Project Outreach Group Leading- Psych 306
Please see the sections below for more information regarding specific sections of Project Outreach.
Psych 211-002: Childhood Development in Preschools
Psych 211-003: Childhood Development in At-Risk Preschools
Psych 211-004: Improving Mental Wellness in College Students
Psych 211-011: Biopsychosocial Healthcare
Psych 211-012: Biopsychosocial Mental Health Care
Barger Leadership Institute
The BLI is the home for immersive and interdisciplinary undergraduate leadership experiences at the University of Michigan. Below are a couple of opportunities.
Leadership grants allow BLI members to receive up to $4,000 to support short-term projects, events, or leadership development opportunities. Applications are reviewed throughout the academic year on a rolling basis.
- Amount: up to $500 for members
- Amount: up to $4,000 for members who complete any BLI LEARN experience
Members who complete the Social Transformation Workshop Series are eligible to receive up to $15,000 in project funding and to receive ongoing coaching & mentorship.
- Amount: up to $15,000 for members
For more information on the Barger Leadership Institute