FL|CC is comprised of over 50 college and university presidents who are committed to helping students become career ready, civic minded graduates who have developed the values and skills of active citizenship through experiential learning.
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2018 Newman Civic Fellows from Florida
Florida Campus Compact congratulates the 2018 Newman Civic Fellows from Florida. The Newman Civic Fellowship is a one-year fellowship for community-committed college students. The 2018 Florida Fellows include:
Daniela Alvarez, Nominated by President Eduardo J. Padron at Miami Dade College
Nathan Bodger, Nominated by President Wendy B. Libby at Stetson University
Faith Boone, Nominated by President Julio Frenk at the University of Miami
Judson Crawford, Nominated by President William M. B. Fleming at Palm Beach Atlantic University
Zachary Eichholz, Nominated by President T. Dwayne McCay at the Florida Institute of Technology
Matthew Hudson, Nominated by President James Richey at Eastern Florida State College
Skylar Knight, Nominated by President Grant Cornwell at Rollins College
Jasmine McKee, Nominated by President Linda Bevilacqua at Barry University
Madeline Mills, Nominated by President John C. Hitt at the University of Central Florida
Faith Boone is a junior at the University of Miami studying Health Sector Management and Policy and minoring in Public Health and Finance. As a student leader at the University of Miami, Faith has demonstrated a passion for serving local youth through mentorship and early childhood education. In her first year at the university...Read More
All students actively participate in experiential learning, graduating on time with civic and career-ready skills. All colleges and universities are engaged with their local communities, working together to educate citizens, solve problems, and build a strong economy.
Florida Campus Compact galvanizes the intellectual resources of more than 50 institutions of higher education in Florida, by advancing high-impact practices that enhance student learning and benefit local communities in our state.
To encourage and ensure that students are prepared to become civically engaged and knowledgeable adults who make positive contributions to their communities as defined by the legislature in Florida Statute 1000.03(5)(c).
To enrich the quality of curricular and co-curricular academic instruction through high impact practices that offer practical and hands-on collegiate learning experiences.
To support local communities in Florida through symbiotic collaboration and research that helps our cities and counties meet their goals.
To inspire leadership, philanthropy, conscientious citizenship, critical thinking and civil discourse in the next generation of our participatory democracy.
To contribute to the development of a better prepared more knowledgeable workforce through experience (including college access and success initiatives to support the K-20 to career pipeline).
Course-builders & Tool-kits
We’ve gathered together time-saving resources for building academic engagement and community-based work into your courses. Please share your favorite tools with forum members by uploading them here.
Rubrics, Assessments & Surveys
Measuring Community Engagement can be a challenge. Here are resources for assessing student outcomes, course and project effectiveness, and institutional engagement efforts.