Service Learning at CMIS seeks to combine the two foundational elements of our vision: responsible global citizenship (service) and courageous learners (learning) into an engaging experience for the mutual benefit of our students and the wider community around us. Opportunities for students are created through a variety of different avenues (i.e. through the classroom, student clubs, student interest, community need, etc.) and are mainly student driven with adult input and support.
The service learning experience for our Grade 8 - Grade 12 students is designed to get our students actively participating in the community around them as they learn how to be responsible, global citizens. Through the years, students have spent countless hours serving at local orphanages, teaching English at various schools, working with refugees, caring for neglected animals, planting trees, spending time with senior citizens, working with students with handicaps or disabilities, etc. We are proud of each of our students, and the hard work and dedication they display as they seek for opportunities to care for others in their community.
Student Stories and Opportunities:
In order to see what service learning projects other students have worked on or to see what projects are currently looking for volunteers, visit the Service Learning blog at http://blogs.cmis.ac.th/service-learning. Please contact the Service Learning Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.