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Title: Ontario


1
Ontarios Mandatory High School Community Service
Program
  • Impacts on Student Attitudes Behaviour
    Regarding Civic Engagement

Co-investigators
Steven Brown (WLU), Mark Baetz (WLU), Maureen
Drysdale (UW). Kimberly Ellis-Hale (WLU), Joanna
Everitt (UNB), John Goyder (UW), Carol Gregory
(Conestoga), Ailsa Henderson (UTM), Paulette
Padanyi (UG), Mark Pancer (WLU)
2
Research Objectives
  • To compare attitudes behaviour regarding
    community service within the Ontario
    double-cohort
  • Does mandating service introduce more students to
    the Third Sector?
  • Does it stimulate or inhibit future involvement
  • To identify qualitative aspects of the high
    school community service experience that affect
    subsequent attitudes and behaviour regarding
    civic engagement


3
Research Design
  • Online survey of 4th year double cohort students
    at WLU U. of Guelph
  • Produced a sample of 794 student respondents
  • Online survey of 1st year students at 4
    post-secondary schools Conestoga College, WLU,
    UW UG
  • Produced a sample 1478 student respondents

4
Preliminary ResultsWas the Mandated Service a
First Introduction to Community Service?
1st Year Mandated Students 4th Year Mandated Students
Yes, a first introduction 34 34
No, had volunteered before 66 66
Total 100 (1319) 100 (391)
5
Preliminary ResultsWould the Student have
Volunteered without the Requirement?
1st Year Mandated Students 4th Year Mandated Students
No, probably not 19 28
Yes, probably or had volunteered before 81 72
Total 100 (1319) 100 (391)
6
Preliminary ResultsDid R Continue to Volunteer
after Requirement?(1st year Sample Only)
Forced Volunteers Willing Volunteers
Continued to Volunteer 32 80
Did Not Continue 68 20
Total 100 (253) 100 (1066)
7
Next Steps
  • Address our research questions through analysis
    of these surveys
  • Re-contact the student samples as they make their
    way through 2nd year university and beyond
  • Design research to assess the longer-term value
    of the high school community service experience
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