About Learning in Communities and Schools (LinCS)
Woodring College of Education's LinCS program is passionate about serving students, faculty, communities, and schools in service learning endeavors and partnerships! Please contact me with any questions, ideas, or needs you may have as a faculty, student, and/or as part of our greater Bellingham and Whatcom county communities.
Looking forward to our work together,
Christina Van Wingerden
LinCS Educational Specialist
Miller Hall 254F
More about Christina
Christina has a M.Ed., an alumna of Woodring, she has had various roles on campus and in community to distinguish herself as a professional who enjoys connecting our campus with the community, region, and schools for educational purposes and service learning. As an Instructor in Human Services, Health and Community Studies, from Winter 2015 to Spring 2016, she adapted her HSP 485, Program Planning and Evaluation, to include service learning. Students worked in teams to partner with community agencies, Bellingham schools, and on-campus departments/divisions to design and implement program plan and evaluation projects. Christina also served on the Whatcom Volunteer Center Board for several years and is familiar with the non-profits and service organizations housed in Whatcom and Skagit Counties.