We aim to provide as many resources as we can to help assist community organization run their side of any partnership with ease.
Explore Partneship Resources
There is potential risk and uncertainty associated with students leaving campus and working on-site with a community organization. Risk management helps us to identify those risks and make plans to mitigate and manage the risks.
Internships can provide valuable networking opportunities and practical experience that can help students jumpstart their careers.
Working with Students
College students may require more guidance and direction as they are still developing their skills and knowledge. It is important to establish clear expectations and provide regular feedback to ensure their success.
Working with Faculty
Faculty are expected to stay current with the latest developments in their field and contribute to the growth of knowledge. Additionally, faculty may also engage in mentorship and collaboration with colleagues to advance their field of study.
Working with Community Partners
Effective communication and mutual respect between the faculty member and the community partner can help ensure that the community's needs are met and that the project goals are achieved.
Assessment and Evaluation
It is important to consider assessment and evaluation as you are building a partnership. Discuss and plan for measuring the impact on students, faculty, and the community.
Readings & Learning Resources
Civic Engagement provides valuable insights and resources for individuals and organizations seeking to build strong and effective partnerships with the university.