Campus Compact’s Diving In: Institute for New Community Service-Learning Professionals

June 2, 2014 – Wednesday all-day
University of Georgia, The Georgia Center
Amanda Wittman, Ph.D., Director of Academic and Strategic Initiatives617-357-1881 x205E-mail

Registration is now open! 

The institute will provide opportunities and tools for those new to civic and community engagement roles to acquire knowledge, build skills, and engage with fellow colleagues. It will also provide opportunities to reflect upon topics and issues that will enable you to develop competence, confidence, and support in your work and in your life.

Book cover of Looking In, Reaching OutThe Institute curriculum is based on Campus Compact’s Looking In Reaching Out publication, which is a reflective guide for service-learning professionals.

Session topics include:

  • Understanding the mission, culture, and organization of institutions of higher education
  • What does high-quality community service-learning look like?
  • Developing reciprocal, mutually beneficial community partnerships
  • Institutionalization efforts and your future in the work

Take advantage of this great professional development opportunity for those new to civic and community engagement! Register now.

2013 participants said:

“This was an amazing and inspiring experience. I feel much more knowledgeable on the field and more confident in myself as a community engagement professional.”

“There was high-quality information, and everyone was willing to network and support each other, which fostered an environment of allies.”

“The best parts were meeting others who are new to the field and experiencing the same victories and struggles as me, and gaining more knowledge from those who are veterans in the field.”



Comments Are Closed