Funding for the original College Positive Volunteerism toolkit was provided by Michigan Campus Compact through the Michigan College Access Network and the U.S. Department of Education College Access Challenge Fund, and the King-Chavez-Parks Initiative’s GEAR UP/College Day within the Michigan Department of Energy, Labor & Economic Growth. National Campus Compact and the Lumina Foundation provided supplemental support for the design of the tool.
The College Positive Volunteerism Toolkit was written by Kim M. Davis, Ph.D., a faculty fellow for Michigan Campus Compact and King-Chavez-Parks Initiative. The director for this project at Michigan Campus Compact was Michelle Snitgen.
The 2012 version was written and edited by Paul Hernandez, Ph.D. and Karla Loebick, based on previous work by Kim M. Davis, Ph.D. The director for this project at Michigan Campus Compact was Renee Miller Zientek. Funding for this toolkit was provided by Michigan Campus Compact through the U.S. Department of Education College Access Challenge Fund. Contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department and should not be assumed as endorsed by the federal government. Michigan Campus Compact is affiliated with Campus Compact and the Michigan Nonprofit Association and is supported by the ConnectMichigan Alliance Endowment.
A special thanks to Massachusetts Campus Compact for guiding our initiative with their work and publications: A Guide to College Access and the College Positive Volunteer, and Emerging Themes in the Fields of College Access and Civic Engagement: College Access Fellows Mapping Report. http://ase.tufts.edu/macc