Field service at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service promotes the school's vision by emphasizing the “practice” of public service by placing students in challenging environments in which they work with community leaders to help build healthy, engaged, and vibrant communities, both in Arkansas and around the world.
The Office of Community Engagement accepts field service project proposals from community partners domestically and from around the globe.
Practicum projects takes student teams into Arkansas communities to foster community development and social change, fostering teamwork and direct application of classroom skills. To apply for a Practicum team, please complete this form. Applications received by the third week of March will be considered for the upcoming academic year.
The Capstone project is the culminating field service project, challenging students to put their learned skills into action and complete an in-depth public service project to benefit a government or nonprofit agency and ultimately lead the student into a career upon graduation. To apply for a Capstone student, please complete this interest form.
These workshops are an attempt to utilize the vast array of skills and talents of our alumni as resources for our community partners. We hope that this new initiative will provide rich engagement opportunities among community partners and non-profit leaders, and Clinton School of Public Service students and alumni.
Information provided through this form will be posted to the Clinton School of Public Service job board and its network of more than 350 graduates.
The Clinton School Speaker Series not only enhances the education of Clinton School students, but also provides a venue for the public to engage in intellectual discussions on the issues of the day.