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- College students to combine their time and talents to work directly with community members getting a hands-on, place-based education, developing the soft skills that employers are looking for, while at the same time, meeting community-identified needs
- Faculty and community agencies to work together to develop community-based course experiences that impact local needs
- Senior-level administrators revising policies and practices on college campuses to further embed community engagement as an important component to the higher learning experience
Last year alone, these types of activities led to more than 10,000 college students in Indiana who took a more active role in democracy and worked with their communities to address pressing needs.
Why take it from us? Read about how our support has made a difference for Mark Latta from Marian University.
We are grateful for the generous investments of individuals, funders and partners who share our vision for educating citizens and building communities. We invite you to support our work today and to learn more about our stewardship of your gift.
Create Something Meaningful, Join Our 25th Anniversary Giving Campaign: 2 and 5 for 25
Indiana Campus Compact is starting our 25th anniversary celebration a bit early with a call to join our giving campaign. We are asking our supporters to give an amount that has a two and a five in it. Indiana Campus Compact Executive Director J.R. Jamison explains.