How to Get Involved
There are 3 ways to be involved in the S.A.L.T. Program at the Harrisburg Institute:
- All residents particpate in the core level of the S.A.L.T. Program:
- a consistent community engagement committment in Harrisburg (Primarily through Outreach Teams)
- particpation in community meals
- aiding in setting community standards
- book clubs (optional)
In addition, various city programs are hosted with our neighbors at Harrisburg University and the International House
- Residents can find ways to connect their course work to their civic engagement:
- S.A.L.T. residents are conveniently positioned to satisfy curricular requirements & electives for their major by living in Harrisburg.
- This can take the form of an internship, practicum, student teaching, clinical and/or other field hours.
- A conversation with your academic advisor, faculty, or a visit to the internship center will be helpful in setting up these experiences.
- Residents can elect to take "Enaging the City" SERV 235 course:
- S.A.L.T. residents will have the option to a take a 1-credit Harrisburg Service-Learning course that will meet the General Education Cross-Cultural requirement.
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