The Edward Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning

Opportunities You Don't Want to Miss This Week

Mentorship On Campus

This week the Ginsberg Center is focusing on mentorship opportunities around campus. We have gathered hand-picked opportunities for you! These allow you to engage with your community, expand your networks, and build your resume!

 

1. FATE Mentorship



6 Simple Ways to Get Involved This Year

Here at the Ginsberg Center we know it can be difficult to know where to go to get involved on campus and in the community, so we decided to make it a little simpler for you.

1. Visit Connect to Community to explore volunteer opportunities with nearly 200 local community organizations. At the bottom, we've listed some great ones that might not be on your radar.


Ginsberg Center and School of Education convene community conversation on education

On April 29, the Ginsberg Center partnered with the School of Education (SoE) to convene a conversation among education-focused community organizations and SoE faculty and staff to enhance connections and establish a foundation for future collaboration. More than 30 stakeholders came together at the United Way of Washtenaw County to connect on a range of issues, the core of which involved identifying common aims that connect community need, faculty research interest, and teacher education. 


Ginsberg Center Announces Inaugural Community Leader-In-Residence

In an effort to expand meaningful connections between the Ann Arbor community and University of Michigan students, staff and faculty, the Ginsberg Center is proud to announce our inaugural Community Leader-In-Residence (CLR), Mary Morgan. Drawing from our 2015-16 strategic planning process, Ms. Morgan -- and future CLR participants -- will focus on building skills, knowledge and relationships that strengthen a diverse democratic society and further our mission and strategic vision.


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