The Community Involvement Scholars Curriculum will accept applicants for the summer and fall of 2022

Published: April 15, 2022

Author: Staff report

The Campus Community Involvement Center (CCCE) invites OHIO faculty and administrators to participate in a community engagement scholars training program this summer or fall.

The program is an in-service training that focuses on community engagement, an effective hands-on learning experience. Encouraged teachers and administrators can register online at https://ohio.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_41m9dTGXAdHPofI.

Through online modules, in-depth discussions and collaborations with experts, Community Involvement Scholarships enhance the capacity of teaching and research activities that serve to strengthen our democracy and serve the public good. The designated Community Involvement Courses for OHIO Honors, BRICKS Education General Learning and Doing Credit are compatible and compatible with OHIO Guarantee +.

Program participants:

  • Find out how community service training can be incorporated into the course curriculum
  • Designing activities and training programs for C courses
  • Collaborate with community partners and experienced educators to learn best practices for community engagement at the local and global levels.

The summer training of community engagement scientists will begin on May 17, 2022. The fall program will begin Aug. 30, 2022. Led by CCCE faculty staff and Patton College of Education, Associate Professor Dr. Mike Copisch, the program lasts 12-15 weeks and includes an intermediate and final workshop.

Through the Community Scholars Program, participants develop a C-course proposal that can be submitted to the CCCE Subcommittee on CCCE for consideration. For C-certified courses, a community engagement scientist is awarded $ 250.

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