Update on Our Innovative Initiatives

An update on the HUD + Higher Ed Engagement Network, Campus Cogenerate, and the National Museum and Center for Service

Find out more about how some exciting new initiatives from Campus Compact have been progressing this fall. Whether it is developing strategies for your campus to engage with HUD programs, contributing to ideas for co-generational service, or envisioning ways to recognize and honor service on campuses—there are lots of new ways to get involved! 

HUD + Higher Ed Engagement Think Tank meets for the first time

The HUD + Higher Ed Engagement Think Tank is made up of 30 strategic leaders in higher education, community engagement, economic development, and public policy. Think Tank members met recently to develop ideas and resources for campuses to partner with HUD field offices and make an impact on a key issue facing communities: how higher education can better support affordable housing voucher use.

The briefing from the session will be released soon, make sure you’re signed up for the HUD + Higher Ed Engagement Network mailing list to receive it!
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Upcoming Coalition Conversation: Campus Cogenerate

Join Bobbie Laur, Campus Compact President, and Eunice Lin Nichols, the Co-CEO of CoGenerate, on Thursday, December 15 from 3:00 - 4:30 PM Eastern for a Coalition Conversation to learn more about Campus Cogenerate, a new initiative aimed at harnessing the power of co-generational service to solve community problems. Join us to get involved and engage with Campus Cogenerate.
Register for a Coalition Conversation: Campus Cogenerate on December 15, 3:00 pm EST → 

Join the Campus Museums of Service Visioning Session

Don’t miss the Campus Museums of Service Visioning Session on Thursday, December 1, 3:30 - 5:00 PM EST. The visioning session will be hosted by Campus Compact and the National Museum and Center for Service (NMCFS) to imagine ways to pilot campus-based exhibitions of service. Whether you’re in the early stages of planning or want to learn more about the concept, this call will help you plan next steps to bring your Campus Museum of Service to life.

Can’t make the event but interested in participating? Complete our get involved form!

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