The purpose of this training is to better prepare students who have a desire to serve as volunteers, mentors, and tutors throughout the community. It will give students the basic knowledge needed to be effective in a community organization or school while informing them of their responsibilities and rights in that role.
Step 1: Register with CCEL*
*If you have previously registered with the Center For Community Engaged Learning, this step is complete and you do not have to register again.
Step 2: Review modules and complete quizzes
Links to the modules are located on the right. Please read the contents of each module thoroughly.
At the end of every module there will be a link to a quiz you must complete. After clicking on the quiz link you will be asked to put in a username and password. For WSU students, faculty and staff, this is the same information you use to log into the eWeber portal.
Each quiz must be completed with an 80% or better. You may retake the quizzes if you do not meet this requirement on your first try.
Step 3: Print your Certificate of Completion
You will only be able to print your Certificate of Completion once you successfully pass the quiz for a given module. Supervisors, faculty members, and community partners may be requesting a copy of this certificate, so please be sure to print at least one copy.
Step 4: Present Certificate
Present your Certificate(s) of Completion to appropriate supervisors, faculty members, community partners, etc.
Step 5: Visit us at CCEL
If you are a mentor or tutor, a WSU student, and you have successfully completed the training modules, visit the Center For Community Engaged Learning in the Shepherd Union Building room 327 for your purple polo shirt.
Step 6: Contact your volunteer site
As a representative of Weber State, you are to be be very professional in your communication. Here are a few tips, including scripts to be adapted to your situation, when contacting community organizations.