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Training Opportunities

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Campus Compact Webinars and Resources

Upcoming Trainings & Conferences   



Past Trainings 

  •  Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Civic Engagement and the Tenure Review Process 

           Presentation Slides

           *Read the corresponding article in the article section under Tenure and Promotion


  • The Engaged Campus: Linking Civic Engagement and Social Entrepreneurism 

           Presentation Slides 


  • Sustainability & Service-Learning: Engaging Students and Building a Community Partnership

           Presentation Slides






North Carolina Campus Compact – Civic Engagement Institute & PACE Conference

Gulf South Summit

Campus Community Partnerships for Health (CCPH)

The International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association

Imagining America – National Conference


Other Resources

Engagement Scholarship Consortium

Research University Engaged Scholarship Toolkit


            New England Resource Center for Higher Education

            Imagining America

            NC Campus Compact Digest

Monthly digest that highlights calls for proposals/papers, national community engagement events, publications and resources, and grant and funding opportunities.  Sign up on the NCCC homepage.


Community Engaged Scholarship Toolkit


            Online Resource for Peer Review of Diverse Products of Scholarship



Community-Based Research


CUR offers a list of undergraduate research journals, http://www.cur.org/resources/students/undergraduate_journals/



Dr. Christine Cress Seminar


Dr. Christine Cress a widely known expert on service-learning and civic engagement.  She is the lead author of the Campus Compact  monograph (2010), A Promising Connection:  Increasing College Access and Success through Civic Engagement.  Her article, “Civic Engagement and Student Success:  Leveraging Multiple Degrees of Achievement,” was featured in the October 2012 edition of the AAC&U’s Diversity & Democracy publication. Dr. Cress presented in February of 2013 to Gonzaga University, Eastern Washington University and Spokane Falls Community College. The event was funded by AAC&U Bringing Theory to Practice Seminar Grant.


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