Massachusetts Campus Compact (MACC) member colleges and universities are dedicated to building strong surrounding communities while educating students for social responsibility. Their work encompasses programs that bolster K-12 education, health care, environmental sustainability, economic development, and efforts to end poverty, homelessness, and hunger, among many others.
Following are some examples of the community work being done by MACC member campuses.
Babson’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Program Builds Skills, Creativity
Bridgewater State Institute for Social Justice
Bristol Community College Creates Exhibits, Programming for Children’s Museum
Emmanuel College’s Summer Fellows Serve Local Agencies
Endicott Day of Caring Inspires Service
Holy Cross Teams with South High to Create Virtual Art Museum Tour
MCLA’s Write Stuff Program Inspires Youth
Mount Ida’s Dental Hygiene Department Gives Kids a Reason to Smile
UMass Boston Reaches Out to MA Communities
UMass Dartmouth Engages Kids, College Students, and Faculty
WSU Community Leadership Experience