Quick Contact

Ronald Porter
Director of Service-Learning

Eckerd College
Office of Service-Learning
4200 54th Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL 33711

porterrk@eckerd.edu

toll-free: 800-456-9009
local: 727-864-7512

Service-Learning

Service Learning

Triton Track for RSL

As part of the Reflective Service-Learning program in General Education, students will utilize Triton Track in order to track service experiences. Triton Track is already used by the Office of Career Services, enabling students to search employment opportunities and internships, make appointments with career counseling staff, and more. Under the Reflective Service-Learning section, students will use the platform to:

  • Propose co-curricular service projects (for approval by the Service-Learning Office)
  • Upload reflection papers
  • Maintain records of academic RSL experiences and reflections
  • Submit hours logs to document completion of service projects

For step-by-step instructions on using Triton Track: How to use Triton Track for RSL.

To Track RSL Hours (Academic and Co-Curricular) use the following: RSL Hours Log.

Calls for Participation

Academy Prep

Volunteer with Academy Prep

Academy Prep is a unique private middle school program serving 5th through 8th grade students in a low-income area. Students must qualify for need-based scholarships to attend and must have a desire to succeed in a rigorous academic environment. Academy Prep works with students to prepare them for higher education, maintaining relationships with graduates through high school, college, and into their adult lives.

YMCA Reads

Volunteer Mentors Needed

YMCA Reads! is an after-school reading assistance and mentoring program providing opportunities for at-risk and low-income children in kindergarten through third grade to develop the reading skills they need to succeed in school.

Community Action Stops Abuse

Community Action Stops Abuse

It takes a whole community to stop domestic violence. CASA's vision is a community without domestic violence so that home is a safe place.

Edible Peach Patch Project

The Edible Peace Patch Project

The Edible Peace Patch Project is a not for profit organization whose mission is to eliminate poverty as a factor in educational success and diet-related health issues.

Tampa Bay Estuary Program

Tampa Bay Estuary Program

The mission of the Tampa Bay Estuary Program is to build partnerships to restore and protect Tampa Bay through implementation of a scientifically sound, community-based management plan.