FL|CC Institute: Galvanizing Collective Impact

On Friday, March 10, FL|CC held its final spring 2017 institute at University of North Florida. At this institute, Madeline Yates, Executive Director of the Maryland-DC Campus Compact, and Emily Knowles-Kellett, P-20 CONNECTS Partnerships Coordinator, talked about the challenges and successes of a multi-year collective impact initiative. Collective impact projectFL|CCs are collaborative, inter-organizational efforts to effect change. P-20 CONNECTS…

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National Service-Learning Conference Flash Sale Ends TODAY!

The 2016 National Service-Learning Conference®  will be held in Minneapolis March 30 – April 2. NYLC is having a flash sale bringing back  On-Time Admission prices for two days, Thursday, March 3 and Friday, March 4. During these days youth admission will drop to $400 for the 3.5-day event, while adult admission will be $550….

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Call for Proposals Deadline October 30!

Don’t miss this great opportunity to present! The deadline to submit proposals for the 2016 Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning and Civic Engagement Through Higher Education is October 30, 2105. The Summit will be held April 13 – 15, 2016 in Savannah, GA. Click HERE for more information and to submit proposals Also, nominations for the…

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IMPACT National Conference Call for Proposals

Call for Workshop Proposals & Conference Registration…NOW OPEN!  February 18 – 21, 2016 | University of Massachusetts, Amherst The IMPACT Conference brings together college students, nonprofit professionals, campus administrators, and year of service members to share best practices, experiences, stories, and resources in their work for social change. Register Now for the Conference! Early Bird Registration Deadline…

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TCC Holds Student Success Summit on Campus and Civic Engagement

We love to see service-learning in the news! An estimated 600 faculty and staff gathered on Friday for Tallahassee Community College’s Student Success Summit on Campus and Civic Engagement! See the article in the Tallahassee Democrat HERE!