- Trinere Bacon, Indiana State University, winner of the Richard J. Wood Student Award
- Mary Jane Eisenhauer, Purdue University North Central, winner of the Brian Douglas Hiltunen Faculty Award
- Mary Rayburn, Taylor University, winner of the Community Service Director Award
- United Way of the Wabash Valley, nominated by Indiana State University, winner of the Outstanding Community Partner Award
Closes March 15, 2015
2015 Service Engagement Summit registration rates:
- Thursday and full conference registration include the Thursday evening celebration
- Thursday evening celebration includes reception with cash bar and heavy hors d'oeuvres, dinner will be on your own
- Registration closes March 15, 2015.
- Late conference registrations will be allowed on-site with a $50.00 late fee.
- Refunds will be offered until March 1, 2015 minus a $25 processing fee.
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Each year Indiana Campus Compact challenges our members to partner with their communities in meaningful, reciprocal ways that will educate students and address some of the most pressing problems in our neighborhoods, across the state and around the globe. And each year, our campuses rise to this challenge - often in ways that exceed what they did just the year before. They respond with innovative programs that create community-minded students and citizens in our state and by developing longstanding, enduring partnerships that break down the perceived boundaries of any campus.
Indiana Campus Compact is honored to be a part of these responses and the stories they tell. By supporting our campuses as they grow their programs, increase intention, and develop greater reciprocity in all that they do, Indiana Campus Compact is educating students to be engaged citizens and is building partnerships between institutions of higher education and the communities where they reside.
We are able to contribute to that education and those partnerships because of support from individuals like you. Last year we provided over $75,000 in grants and close to 200 hours of training related to community engagement to hundreds of individuals across the state who in turn engaged an additional 3,100 individuals on their own campuses to educate students and partner with our communities. Indiana Campus Compact and over 40 colleges and universities in our state could not have impacted more than 300 community agencies and 13,000 individuals in Indiana without your support and contributions. Whether you gave your time, treasure, or talent to support us and advance our mission in the past year - thank you.
Maggie Stevens, Ed.D.
2008-2014 Indiana Campus Compact Executive Director
Conference Registration Scholarships of up to $1,000.00 are available to students, professional staff, and faculty members presenting at scholarly conferences. Presentations should relate to the Indiana Campus Compact's mission to support higher education's effort to develop students into well-informed, engaged citizens and to serve as a catalyst for campuses and communities to improve people's lives through service-learning and civic engagement initiatives. Preference will be given to proposals that are a direct result of an ICC sponsored event or grant funding.