Announcing Webinar Series for Members

California Campus Compact, Campus Compact of the Mountain West, and Utah Campus Compact are co-sponsoring a webinar series featuring content and facilitators that highlight innovations and deep thinking in strategic priority areas for the Campus Compact network and specific programs and initiatives that are making waves at member institutions. The webinars are FREE to all Campus Compact member campuses in the network. Non-member campuses may participate for a registration fee. All webinars begin at 12pm PT/1pm MT/3pm ET. Click on the webinar titles for detailed information and to register. October 24, 2017 – Realizing Sustainable Campuses, Resilient Communities and Meaningful…

Southern New England Carnegie Workshop

Save the date: On November 8, 2017, Campus Compact will host a workshop on Carnegie Classification preparation at the College of the Holy Cross. This session is part of a series of workshops and webinars offered by Campus Compact in partnership with John Saltmarsh and the Swearer Center at Brown University, the new administrative home of the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification. This series will support member campuses that are first-time applicants or reclassifying for the 2020 Carnegie Community Engagement Classification. You can learn more about the other workshops and events on national Campus Compact’s Carnegie page. Registration information will be available shortly….

Save the Date for the 2017 RICC AmeriCorps VISTA Showcase!

Join Rhode Island Campus Compact members and partners as we highlight the work of civic and community engagement in higher education. This event will feature poster session presentations from the 2016-2017 RICC AmeriCorps VISTA cohort. Tuesday, May 23, 2017 4:00-6:00pm The 400 400 Smith Street, Providence, RI Light refreshments will be served. All are welcome! Please click here to register. 

Announcing SLC Keynote

On Saturday, November 5th the 2016 Student Leadership Conference We the Students, will feature keynote speaker Kamora Le’Ella Herrington. Kamora is the Director of Youth Programming at True Colors, Inc., a support and advocacy organization for sexual minority youth based in Hartford, Connecticut as well as an instructor in the City of Hartford’s YDPA and MMI Institutes.  Herrington has over 20 years of experience in the human services field and has become a vocal advocate for LGBT youth. She attended Springfield College and discovered during her semester of student teaching that she wasn’t cut out to be an elementary school teacher. In 2009,…

2016 Student Leadership Conference

0 Connecticut Campus Compact (CTCC),  Rhode Island Campus Compact (RICC) and Central Connecticut State University (CCSU), in collaboration with their member campuses and strategic community partners, will hold their third annual student leadership conference on Saturday, November 5, 2016 at CCSU.  The one-day conference seeks to create a dedicated space and platform for students who are committed to community service, civic engagement, and social justice and change. The 2016 Student Leadership Conference theme of We the Students: Linking Identity, Community and Social Change is designed to provide a framework where students examine their motivations for civic engagement social justice and service,…

Bring It To The Table: Free Webinar

August 23, 2016 1-2pm EST Campus Compact, in collaboration with Talking Eyes Media, invites you to learn about an exciting, new, civic engagement project perfect for your campus communities called BRING IT TO THE TABLE. Join us on Tuesday, August 23 from 1pm-2pm for a webinar about how to bring Bring It to your campus, hosted by award-winning filmmaker, Julie Winokur. THE PROJECT: The centerpiece of Bring It to The Table is a 40 minute documentary film — a fresh, provocative, often humorous study of political identity and how to reach for true conversation, healthy debate, and social activism in…

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