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CCSNE Seeks VISTA Program Manager

Are you passionate about education equity?  Do you believe in the power of partnerships with higher education to transform our communities? Do you want to support service members addressing poverty through the capacity building? If so, apply today to join our team! Campus Compact for Southern New England (CCSNE) is looking for a dynamic, enthusiastic VISTA Program Manager to join our team. This person will help oversee and support our regional AmeriCorps VISTA program, which addresses poverty through building the capacity of campuses and their community partners to improve education outcomes for economically disadvantaged PK-20 students. Priority deadline for applications…

Connect With Us on Social Media

CCSNE has officially launched our Facebook and Twitter. Like our Facebook and follow us on Twitter for the most recent CCSNE announcements, member campus features, resources, and opportunities in higher education and community change. /CompactSNE                                   @CompactSNE

CCSNE Announces Boston Office

Campus Compact for Southern New England will spend its first year in Boston, Massachusetts, at 45 Temple Place, beginning in July 2017. The CCSNE office is in the same building as the national Campus Compact office, and New England Board of Higher Education (NEHBE), and offers great opportunities for collaborating with our national office and the many organizations in the Greater Boston area. The office will relocate to a location in central Massachusetts in July 2018.

Announcing the Formation of CCSNE

We are delighted to share that the governing boards of Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts Campus Compacts have unanimously voted to merge the three states into a regional Compact for Southern New England. The new operational structure will be launched in July 2017.This is an organizational shift intended to leverage the strong infrastructure for engagement we have collectively built over the past 20+ years and to create a national model for integrated community-based teaching and research across state lines. Through merged operations, we will achieve efficiencies in administration, finance, communication, fundraising, and human resources. The shift will allow our talented…