former Ehrlich Award finalist, administrative leader, understands moral development theory, supports “lattice” of opportunities for students (formerly a “ladder”) with asset-focused approach
Excellent facilitation skills; extremeley knowledgeable about service-learning, civic engagement, civic education, k-12 education, teacher education and teacher prep; Have worked with Dave extensively as a consultant and he is so pleasant to work with; excellent written skills; great ideas about setting up interactive workshops; expertise on human rights issues; experience with writing up case studies of SL work/teaching.
We have known Cheryl as a dedicated community partner working with Middlebury College through her role at People of Addison County Together, a regional partnership of the Agency of Human Services in Vermont. However, she has had and has a variety of other roles, including appointment by Governor Howard Dean to be Deputy Secretary of the Agency of Human Services. Please contact Cheryl Mitchell for additional information.
Strong researcher on civic engagement with K-12; strong knowledge of service-learning
Excellent interactive workshop presenter; extensive understanding and utilization of service learning; formerly with CSU Monterey Bay; strong faculty skills and facilitation skills. Dynamic, african-american female presenter.
A. Mission and Purpose The institution’s mission statement explicitly articulates its commitment to the public purposes of higher education and is deliberate about educating students for lifelong participation in their communities. This aspect of the mission is openly valued and is explicitly used to promote and to explain the civic engagement and community building activities on and off campus. The institution demonstrates a genuine willingness to review, discuss, and strengthen its commitment to civic engagement and community building. All members of the campus community demonstrate their familiarity with and ownership of the institution’s mission. B. Academic and Administrative Leadership The…
This joint Campus Compact/AACC survey seeks to document exemplary service-learning and civic engagement practices at community colleges around the country. It consists of a list of 13 ‘indicators of engagement’–signs that a campus has a strong commitment to engagement. For the purposes of this survey, exemplary practices include any or all of the following characteristics: innovative, sustained, sustainable, replicable, transforming, institutionalized, accepted, widespread, in practice, publicized/ acknowledged/ recognized, significant, deliberate, planned, intentional, and unique or special. The Indicators of Engagement, developed by Campus Compact over the past few years, are the basis for the survey. This survey asks you to…
A. Mission and Purpose ’¢ The institution’s mission statement explicitly articulates its commitment to the public purposes of higher education and is deliberate about educating students for lifelong participation in their communities. ’¢ This aspect of the mission is openly valued and is explicitly used to promote and to explain the civic engagement and community building activities on and off campus. ’¢ The institution demonstrates a genuine willingness to review, discuss, and strengthen its commitment to civic engagement and community building. ’¢ All members of the campus community demonstrate their familiarity with and ownership of the institution’s mission. B. Academic…
The Campus Compact Member Engagement Survey is a vehicle for members to share feedback about where they are finding value in the work of our coalition nationally and on the ground. We want to provide more of what you value and less of what you don’t. We encourage all constituents to complete the survey—community engagement professionals, faculty, administrators, presidents, national service members, students, and others. Tell us what you think! The 2021 survey will remain open until July 1, 2021. Annual Membership Survey (1986-2016) Campus Compact conducted an annual membership survey from 1986 to 2016. Its purpose was to assess…
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