Community Based Learning and Research

Community Organizations

Community Organizations

The Office of Community-Based Learning and Research is committed to creating and strengthening equitable and reciprocal partnerships with agencies in our surrounding community. The following are a list of community-based learning organizations with which the Office of Community-Based Learning and Research has partnered:

21 Acres
Solid Ground: Lettuce Link
Basel Action Network
Friends of Northcreek Forest
City of Bothell Public Works Department
Green Kirkland Partnership
Basel Action Network
Morethana Farm
Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
Sound Salmon Solutions
Washington Toxics Coalition
Mercer Slough Pacific Center

Center for Human Services
Meadowbrook Community Care
Northshore Community Schools
Northshore YMCA
University YMCA
Boys and Girls Club of Kirkland
Friends of Youth
Seattle Education Access
Youth Tutoring Program
Refugee Women's Alliance
AVID-Henry Jackson High School
LINKS(Looking into the Needs of Kids and Schools)

Planned Parenthood
Lifelong AIDS Alliance
NeighborCare Health

Social Services:
Catholic Community Services-Volunteer Chore Services
Lutheran Community Service
Volunteers of America
King County Housing Authority
Northshore Senior Center

Alyssa Burnett Adult Life Center
Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Program
Northshore Wranglers
Full Life Care
Camp Korey

International/Human Rights:
Seattle Human Rights Commission
Village Volunteers
Jewish Family Service

Food Lifeline
21 Acres
Bothell United Methodist Church-Community Kitchen

Gender, Women, and Sexuality:
New Traditions
Eastside Domestic Violence Program
Mary's Place
Refugee Women's Alliance
Women Who Rock
Young Women Empowered

Criminal Justice Reform & Prisoner Education:
Books to Prisoners
University Beyond Bars

ROOTS Young Adult Shelter
Friends of Youth|
Mary's Place

The Sophia Way

826 Seattle

Eastside Pathways:

For Community Members/Organizations
Learn more about the options for developing a community-based learning partnership with the University of Washington Bothell by visiting our Partner Resource page.  You can also contact our Interm Director, Kara Adams, if you want more information.

For Students
Check out our Facebook page for up-to-date information about internship, volunteer, and community-based learning options!  Also, visit some of the websites listed above to see what kinds of opportunities some of our featured community partners are offering.  You can also visit our Student Resources page for more information.

Google Map of Community Partners

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