Learning through Experience, Action, Partnership, and Service (LEAPS)
LEAPS is a student-run organization comprised of trained facilitators who work with faculty to design and facilitate reflection sessions for service-learning courses. LEAPS facilitators receive training that explores both the theory and practice of service-learning, as well as facilitation strategies and techniques.
In addition to the contribution that LEAPS makes to students in service-learning classes, LEAPS provides facilitators with the opportunity to develop their leadership skills in a unique way, working closely with professors and building upon their own ideas of leadership, service, and learning.
Founded in 1996, LEAPS was instrumental in developing service-learning at Duke.
Faculty members and students interested in working with LEAPS should .