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February 2017

7th Annual Service Engagement Summit

February 27 @ 1:00 pm - February 28 @ 3:00 pm
Indianapolis Marriott North,
3645 River Crossing Parkway
Indianapolis, IN 46240
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We will focus on the role of social justice in higher education through the lens of power, privilege, and the coming together of communities. Keynote addresses by: Kimberly Dark, award winning writer, storyteller, performer, and speaker who helps audiences discover that we are creating the world, even as it creates us. Ashley C. Ford, writer, editor, teacher, and speaker who is currently co-editing the anthology Not That Bad: Dispatches from Rape Culture with Roxane Gay. Awards Gala with cocktail reception, dinner, and keynote address. Deep dive workshops from Robert Bringle, IUPUI, Chancellor’s Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Philanthropic Studies; Senior Scholar, IUPUI Center for Service and Learning, Eric Hartman, Executive Director, Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, Haverford College and The Center for Civic Reflection. Find out more about speakers, program, registration, logistics, and sponsors here.  

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March 2017
Free

Updated & Improved Assessment Tool: Civic-Minded Graduate Rubric

March 7 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Webinar

Join us for a free webinar to learn about the latest tool to help you in assessing your students’ civic mindedness. Tuesday, March 7, 2017 @ 3:30 PM. The webinar will last about an hour. Having spent nearly two years re-working and further validating the “Civic-Minded Graduate Rubric”—which was originally published as part of this publication (2011)—the authors of this updated tool would like to give you a tour of the rubric, some background on their process, and guidelines/suggestions for use. In addition to hearing from the authors of this tool, panelists who have recently applied the new tool to student artifacts will provide further insight into the usability, interrater reliability, and assessing students civic outcomes at a program level. RSVP here for this FREE webinar by 5 p.m. on 3/6/2017 Convener: Anne Weiss, Director of Assessment, Indiana Campus Compact & IUPUI Office of Community Engagement Facilitators: Tom Hahn, Director of Research and Program Evaluation, IUPUI Center for Service & Learning Kristin…

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Free

Telling the Story through a Unique Lens

March 15 @ 8:00 pm - 9:15 pm
Webinar

How you tell the story of your service experience can be an important one. It can help to shed light on important issues within the community, encourage others to get involved, and it can even connect you with those that can help fund your projects. This session will help you to identify what information from your project to capture, ways you might assess your project outcomes, and avenues for sharing your story. The webinar will begin at 8:00 p.m. EST / 7:00 p.m. CST and will last approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. Please log into the webinar 5 minutes prior to ensure you are able to connect properly. Registration Closes on 3/13/2017 (Monday) Registration Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HMXJWHC This webinar is FREE for students enrolled at Indiana Campus Compact partner institutions, but pre-registration is required. This event is part of our MAKING RIPPLES Student Webinar Series

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April 2017

Microloan Informational Meeting Webinar

April 6 @ 3:30 pm - 4:15 pm
Webinar

Learn More about the College Student Social Entrepreneurs Microloan Program Join us Thursday, April 6, 2017 from 3:00 PM – 4:15 PM EST / 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM CST for an informational webinar about the College Student Social Entrepreneurs Microloan Program. The College Student Social Entrepreneurs Microloan Program provides an opportunity for college student social entrepreneurs to obtain a loan to start a social enterprise, which is made possible by a partnership between the Flagship Enterprise Center (on behalf of the Indiana Small Business Administration) and Indiana Campus Compact. Students eligible to participate in this program are currently enrolled at Indiana Campus Compact partner campuses located within or whose permanent address is within, the 29 county service area. This informational webinar cover program benefits and common questions eligible participants may have and is intended for administrators, faculty, and staff at Indiana Campus Compact partner institutions within the Flagship Enterprise Center's 29-county service area. RSVP Here for this FREE webinar…

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Phase 3: How to Generate Direct or Indirect Artifacts of Students’ Civic Learning or Development- Reflection and other Processes of Service-learning or Community Engagement Activities

April 7 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Butler University,
4600 Sunset Ave
Indianapolis, 46208
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During this time together we will unpack the process that is service-learning and community-based or –engaged experiences and how to generate artifacts from your students that demonstrate (either directly or indirectly) their civic learning or development, throughout that process. Often we wait to ask students to demonstrate their learning from a community-based or –engaged experience toward the end of that activity.  This, however, means that we may be missing other opportunities or points in the process-- identifying a community need, working with community partners and/or fellow classmates, tying together course material and service/volunteer experiences, etc.-- that generate deep and meaningful learning and development. Recognizing that process or design matters for student’s civic learning and development is a key part of discussion that is missing from our field. After this discussion, participants will take part in activities that help them not only appreciate the types of learning occurring (cognitive, affective, kinesthetic) but how to generate assignments and therefore artifacts that can…

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Building a Strategy and a Team to Complete the Application for Carnegie’s Community Engagement Classification

April 10 @ 8:30 am - 9:15 am
Webinar

This webinar is open ONLY to Senior Administrators within Indiana Campus Compact partner institutions, attendance by invitation only. Please contact J.R. Jamison, Executive Director, or Anne Weiss, Director of Assessment, Indiana Campus Compact if you have questions about how to join this conversation. In January of 2018 Carnegie will release its next application process that must be completed by April 2019, in order to be considered for this prestigious classification in the year 2020.  Why attend this webinar so far in advance of January 2018? Because you should have a designated team of campus and community stakeholders formed when you return to campus in August of 2018 so that you can get to work on this large endeavor. Whether your institution is applying for the first time or re-applying for Carnegie’s Classification on Community Engagement, senior administrators play an imperative role in identifying and supporting the key campus and community constituents who will be gathering the necessary information to create a…

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Preparing for First-Time Application for Carnegie’s Community Engagement Classification

April 17 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Webinar

Registration will open in February 2017 ICC Partners: FREE Any other national or state’s Campus Compact partner: $25 Non-Campus Compact Partners: Not eligible for attending This webinar is designed to introduce you to Carnegie’s Classification for Community Engagement and support you in determining whether the Classification is attainable for your institution, at this time. In January of 2018 Carnegie will release its next application process that must be completed by April 2019, in order to be considered for this prestigious classification in the year 2020.  Why attend this webinar so far in advance of January 2018? Because you should have a designated team of campus and community stakeholders formed when you return to campus in August of 2018 so that you can get to work on this large endeavor.  This endeavor is not limited to only the formation of the team, however, it very much depends on how well your institution can track and monitor (if not assess) its community…

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Free

The Job Connection: Including Your Service Experiences on Your Resume

April 19 @ 8:00 pm - 9:15 pm
Webinar

Current and past jobs aren’t the only things that are of interest to your future employer, so too are the ways in which you are engaged within your community. This session will discuss how you can incorporate service projects and related experiences on your resume in order to make the biggest impact with potential employers. The webinar will begin at 8:00 p.m. EST / 7:00 p.m. CST and will last approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. Please log into the webinar 5 minutes prior to ensure you are able to connect properly. Registration Closes on 4/17/2017 (Monday) Registration Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HNF9SST This webinar is FREE for students enrolled at Indiana Campus Compact partner institutions, but pre-registration is required. This event is part of our MAKING RIPPLES Student Webinar Series

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Preparing for Re-Classification for Carnegie: Showing Improvement and Innovation in Community Engagement

April 24 @ 1:30 am - 2:30 pm
Webinar

Registration will open in February 2017 ICC Partners: FREE Any other national or state’s Campus Compact partner: $25 Non-Campus Compact Partners: Not eligible for attending In January of 2018 Carnegie will release its next application process that must be completed by April 2019, in order to be considered for this prestigious classification in the year 2020.  Why attend this webinar so far in advance of January 2018? Because you should have a designated team of campus and community stakeholders formed when you return to campus in August of 2018 so that you can get to work on this large endeavor. Not only that, but you need to be considering how you have or need to start tracking and monitoring your community engagement activities so you know what to highlight from the past ten years. If you have completed this application before, you know that the process of engaging a strategic group of campus and community stakeholders is an important part…

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May 2017

Connecting Campuses with Communities

May 15 @ 8:00 am - May 19 @ 5:00 pm
IUPUI,
875 W. North Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202 United States
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Institute Objectives:

• To increase the number of high quality service learning courses
• To share promising practices and generate new ideas
• To enhance reflection, assessment, and partnerships in service learning classes
• To enhance reflection, assessment, and partnerships in service learning classes
• To enhance reflection, assessment, and partnerships in service learning classes
• To build a network of service learning practitioners

Institute Topics:

• Designing courses for well-integrated service learning
• Creating and assessing learning outcomes
• Developing meaningful reflection activities
• Collaborating with community partners as co-educators

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June 2017

Midwest Campus Compact Conference

June 6 @ 8:00 am - June 7 @ 5:00 pm
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO ·,
1032 W. Sheridan Rd.
Chicago , IL United States
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Doing Democracy: Asset-Based Engagement and Culture Change Join us June 6-7, 2017 at Loyola University in Chicago, IL for The 2017 Midwest Campus Compact Conference – Doing Democracy: Asset-Based Engagement and Culture Change. We’re all too aware these days that our nation is wrestling with racial divides, political polarization, and economic inequality that endanger our democracy. As we advance higher education’s public purposes–and gather in Chicago, home of the Asset-Based Community Development Institute–a focus on our campuses’ and communities’ strengths is critical. To sustain ourselves and enhance our impact, we must also go beyond simply adding more community-engaged courses, research projects, programs, and partnerships. We must understand the identities that shape our work, foster inclusive and equitable spaces for collaboration, support multiple forms of change- making, and integrate a sense of civic agency and responsibility into the core of our institutional cultures.   Whether you are new to civic and community engagement, curious about learning the basics of campus-community partnerships,…

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