Communities of Practice (CoPs) provide a unique opportunity for Campus Compact members to join peers across the country to dig deeper into specific areas of engagement practice.
Through discussions, joint activities, resource sharing, and relationship building, participants will develop a repertoire of resources, skills, and knowledge to use in their practice. Above all, CoPs provide a great space to communicate and share strategies with like-minded individuals from across the country!
For more information about Communities of Practice, contact Natalie Furlett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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All Communities of Practice take place over Zoom. They are scheduled between September and December and typically consist of four or five 60-90 minute virtual sessions.
The deadline to register for a CoP is September 18.
Available CoPsExpand All
Collaboration for Better Practice: Creating Synergy Across all Sectors to Better Impact the Field
This CoP will focus on building collaborative relationships with industry, government and academia to achieve "glocal" sustainable development goals.
Co-facilitator: Yetunde Odugbesan
Strategies to Grow the Movement of Teaching Social Action
This CoP will focus on ways to ensure that on every college campus every semester, there is a course where students can learn about social action by doing it—pursuing the mission of the Teaching Social Action Initiative.
Co-Facilitators: Bobby Hackett and Scott Myers-Lipton
Student Success and Civic Engagement
Participate in this CoP to discuss how to best support students' experiential learning and civic and community engagement using Federal Work-Study, fellowship funds, and internal and external grants.
Co-facilitator: Daniel Fidalgo Tomé
We're All In This Together: Building a Network of Mutualism among Young Community-Engaged Professionals
Join this CoP to participate in discussions about labor, advocacy, compensation, and values when it comes to young professionals working in the higher education civic and community engagement field.
Co-facilitators: Cory Schutter