MLK Day of Service Grants
Assessing Service-Learning and Civic Eng
The Elective Carnegie Classification: Co
2018 David Hoch Memorial Award for Servi
2018 Charles J. Ping Student Service Awa
Announcing the 2018 Newman Civic Fellows
March Member Feature: Kent State Univers
January Member Feature: Columbus State C
Free Speech & Inclusion on Campus: A
McDonough Leadership Conference Proposal
The Greater Cincinnati Service Learning Network (GCSLN) and Kentucky and Ohio Campus Compacts are co-hosting the Ohio River Valley Service Learning Conference with keynote speaker Patti Clayton on February 8th, 2019 at Northern Kentucky University. This year’s theme is “Campus-Community Connections for the Common Good”. We are soliciting breakout session proposals that highlight the diverse ways in which students, teachers, and faculty members work together with community leaders and stakeholders to improve the common good in your institution’s service area. We encourage applicants to submit proposals for breakout sessions that will include diverse perspectives from students, instructors, and community partners….
ServeOhio, Ohio’s commission on service and volunteerism, in conjunction with its Stewards of Service Honda of America, AEP Foundation, and the Corporation for National and Community Service, is pleased to announce the availability of grants to support community service projects organized for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service on January 21, 2019. Applications due December 4, 2018. Learn more.
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Are you an expert in the field of Volunteerism, Civic Engagement or Service-Learning willing to share your talent and expertise with our field at the 2018 Arizona Summit on Volunteerism & Civic Engagement Dec. 6 and 7, 2018 at ASU West Campus in Glendale, Ariz.? • Best and/or promising practices • Great tools and resources • Tracking of volunteer/student outputs and outcomes • Program administration or development • Conducting outreach to sustain ongoing engagement • Adept at cultivating program advocates • Matching volunteers/students to the right positions and providing effective training for their roles and to work with each other…
The All In Campus Democracy Challenge aims to recognize colleges and universities that make a commitment to increasing student voting rates and engage students in democratic engagement. The Challenge is a national awards program and in Ohio, six campuses have been recognized for their achievements in student voting engagement. Hiram University, Miami University and The Ohio State University were each named as Bronze Seal campuses. This designation celebrated voter participation at 50-59%. Silver Seals were granted to Cleveland State University, Mount St. Joseph University, and Otterbein University. These three campuses featured 60-69% voter participation. Miami University was also acknowledged as…