The Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning

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The Ginsberg Community of Practice (CoP) is geared toward community-engaged faculty, staff and graduate students. We will focus on developing and refining course-based and program curriculum and working with students and community partners to develop equitable and impactful partnerships. We will highlight anti-racist approaches that seek to make visible and challenge hidden curriculum and harmful practices that fail to address white supremacy.

We aim for this community to support participants by offering opportunities to make connections, share resources, address challenges and offer strategies to each other. As a group, we will choose from Campus Compact’s competencies to focus our work together.  

Benefits of Participation

  • Join a cohort community for participants to develop connections and to build off of prior discussions in meaningful ways. 
  • Make connections with other community-engaged colleagues to share resources, address challenges, receive feedback, and offer strategies.
  • Develop interdisciplinary connections and partnerships with community matchmaking and support. 
  • Inform Ginsberg’s work in advocacy and culture change around community engagement. 
  • Access support from Ginsberg staff around course or program design, data and evaluation, and publishing community-engaged scholarship. 
  • Become a Ginsberg affiliate, a trusted Ginsberg partner with opportunities to advise and participate in future Ginsberg programming and gain recognition through awards and storytelling.

How to Join

  • Participants must be able to attend all six sessions in Summer 2021:
    • June 4, June 11, June 25, July 16, July 23, July 30
    • Sessions will be held virtually on Fridays from 1-2:30pm

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