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Program Models Institutional Support For Students

Program Model Title State
Big Brother Big Sister program summer camp School: Union College
NY
The 4-1-4 calendar and Winter Term School: Eckerd College
FL
Highlighting courses that have a community-based learning component School: Portland State University
OR
Community Advocacy Program (CAP): students play the role of a community service facilitator School: San Diego State University
CA
The Weissman Center for Leadership School: Mount Holyoke College
MA
Large-scale introductions School: University of South Carolina
SC
Chancellor s Award for Public Service School: Syracuse University
NY
The Center for the Applied Liberal Arts (CALA) School: Eckerd College
FL
“”Let Knowledge Serve the City”": An Evolving Service Paradigm supported by student leadership School: Portland State University
OR
Community Concepts course: developing civic competencies and civic habits School: San Jose State University
CA
Senior thesis or service experience School: Bates College
ME
Bennion Center School: University of Utah
UT
Study structured around service: an interdisciplinary approach School: San Jose State University
CA
Course-based service in an engineering class School: SUNY - Binghamton
NY
College of Journalism: Publicity as service-learning School: University of Georgia
GA
On the Road From Service-Learning to the Engaged Campus School: Portland Community College
OR
Freshman Success Programs School: San Diego State University
CA
The Art in Service internship School: Maine College of Art
ME
Creating a new Student Council position: Vice President of Service School: LDS Business College
UT
Incentive system, “”Pace Rewards: A Community development program”" School: Pace University
NY

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Campus Compact has been helpful in a variety of ways, providing support as we develop and grow our programs. The visibility we have received has been very important in keeping the work very present and in the forefront on campus."

-Eileen Wilson-Oyelaran, President, Kalamazoo College