- Welcome to our new 2017-18 Members!
- Preparing for Carnegie: A Full-Day Meeting for your Team
- Charting a Course on the Pathway to Community Engagement: An Inventory and Action Plan for Engaged Campuses
- Pieces to Masterpiece: Crafting your Community Engagement Story
- Sign Your Name: “Dear Congress, Support National Service!”
Category Archives: Campus Compact News
A three-part webinar series facilitated by Dr. Emily Janke, Director, Institute for Community and Economic Engagement, University of North Carolina at Greensboro (bio) Illuminating your institution’s portrait of community engagement and public service activities is about more than gaining recognition for good … Continue reading
Last month, Washington Campus Compact held our 2nd Students Serving Washington Awards Ceremony where student service leaders from around the state were recognized for their outstanding service. Click here to read more about all the winners!
Walla Walla Public Schools honored the Whitman College Student Engagement Center (SEC) as one of three Community Partners of the Year. The district noted that the collaboration between the two organizations “continues to grow,” with more than 350 Whitman students … Continue reading
Share your story at the 2018 Conference We are seeking proposals for sessions that deepen our shared understanding of higher education’s role in advancing the public good and our shared capacity to communicate about that role within and beyond the … Continue reading
Introducing… Fund for Positive Engagement: A new opportunity from Campus Compact! Over the past two years, longstanding political and social rifts in the United States have become deeper and more overtly hostile, embittering our already polarized public life. The purpose of … Continue reading
Dear friends, We need your help to protect national service funding. Over the weekend, The New York Times reported that the Corporation for National and Community Service and AmeriCorps may be among federal programs being considered for elimination in the … Continue reading
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Returning AmeriCorps VISTA Ashley Vaughan and her colleagues at the Center for Civic Engagement at WSU Pullman will give a presentation at the 2017 Continums of Service titled, “The Palouse Fresh Food Project: Impacting Food Insecurity in Whitman County”. Ashley … Continue reading
Partnership Level: Focus on partnership development Facilitators: Hannah Klaassen, Coordinator of Student and Community Engagement, Center for Community Action and Service-Learning, Gonzaga University Chris Wheatley, Associate Director, Center for Community Action and Service-Learning, Gonzaga University … Continue reading