Start the new year off with a bargain from Indiana Campus Compact Publications - Buy Charting the Course and get the THIN Book for free!
Not familiar with these volumes? Both of the books were written by Indiana Campus Compact Faculty Fellows and provide essential tools for faculty in service-learning. The THIN Book is for faculty new to service-learning and Charting the Course is for more experienced faculty, though both books are indispensable additions to any library.
Apply by Friday, February 13, 2015. Indiana Campus Compact (ICC) is a consortium of college and university presidents and chancellors in the State of Indiana who have made a collective and public commitment for their campuses to be engaged in and with their communities in mutually meaningful ways. The organization works as an agent of change on behalf of its member campuses to advance citizenship and service as critical components of the higher learning experience by providing programs and services to enhance the civic missions of colleges and universities. ICC represents a unique state-wide higher education network in Indiana that embraces public, private, four-year and two-year colleges and universities that has developed longstanding member and foundation relationships.
Cooperate - Advancing your nonprofit organization's mission through college & community partnerships: A guide for nonprofit leaders
Presented by Indiana Campus Compact faculty fellows and edited by Dr. Nathan A. Schaumleffel, this how-to guide aims to assist nonprofit organizations in creating beneficial partnerships that will increase their resources—thus making it easier for them to implement their plans and achieve their mission and strategic objectives.
As a member benefit, Indiana Campus Compact provides professional development for faculty, staff, and students on your campus. Together, our staff has over 30 years of experience in the field of service engagement in higher education and we can work with you and others on your campus to deliver workshops and training designed for beginning practitioners to experienced professionals.
Campus Compact president Andrew Seligsohn announced that the annual membership survey is now open and will remain open until January 5, 2015.
Each member campus has designated a Community Service Director to be the staff liaison to Indiana Campus Compact. Those liaisons received the announcement from Dr. Seligsohn and will be the contact person for the survey on each campus. We will be following up with everyone who received a survey link. Although there is only one contact person per campus, multiple offices will need to provide data for the most accurate campus portrait.
To stay informed about professional development events and grant opportunities, download the 2014-2015 Indiana Campus Compact calendar or use the online calendar to search by year, month, or constituent group.
Download 2014-2015 Calendar PDF