CSER Course Pathing School of Education
Welcome to the CSER course path for the School of Education. Below you can find organizations recommended by Education faculty uniquely suited for education students. For more information about these organizations or for help registering for CSER, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Freshmen & Sophomore
Freshmen and Sophomore education majors can gain hands-on experience in the education field by serving in a variety of ways locally. Education students should consider serving in local churches by leading a small group or helping with the children and youth ministries. The churches listed here are hand-picked by Education faculty.
Students have the opportunity to tutor, lead activities, and build relationships with youth with organizations like Amazement Square and Team Genesis. They can also work with at-risk youth or kids with learning disabilities through Lynchburg Youth Group Home and the Arc of Central Virginia.
For something closer to campus, students can support LCA staff in classrooms, the office, the library, and at events. Student can also serve on campus through SGA clubs such as Autism Speaks U, or provide tutoring services through the Academic Success Center.
Academic Success Center – CSER 334
Amazement Square – CSER 569
Big Brothers & Big Sisters – CSER 506
Girls on the Run of Central Virginia – CSER 580
Liberty Christian Academy – CSER 312
LU Send – CSER 302
Local Churches – CSER 200s**
Bedrock Community Church
Faith Alliance Church
Hyland Heights Baptist Church
Thomas Road (TRBC)
Junior & Senior
Junior and Senior education majors should seek out advanced service opportunities in coordination with School of Education faculty. Students can serve with local public and private schools that have partnered with Liberty. They can find a variety of mentoring opportunities through Stitch and Beacon of Hope.
Through the School of Education, qualified students can serve with Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society or travel to Japan with the Japanese Homestay program where they can help families strengthen their conversational English skills. Service-Learning courses are also an excellent way to combine academics and service to meet community needs.
Students should also seek out leadership positions within Education clubs such as Council for Exceptional Children, PACE, Urban Education, and Autism Speaks U.
Beacon of Hope – CSER 578
Local Schools – CSER 399*
Brookville High School
E.C. Glass High School
Heritage High School
LU Send – CSER 302
PACE – CSER 399*
School of Education – CSER 340
Kappa Delta Pi
Service-Learning – CSER 600***
SGA Autism Speaks U – CSER 311
Stitch After School Tutoring – CSER 399*
Urban Education Club – CSER 399*
Council for Exceptional Children – CSER 399*
***Service-Learning CSER opportunities allow you to receive CSER credit through completing coursework in your classes. Browse current opportunities or discuss a new Service-Learning course with your faculty.