Community Engagement Workshops

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February 20 • Entering, Engaging and Exiting Communities Respectfully

Every community is different, but there are many principles and practices that can guide our engagement with communities. Learn about partnerships, relationship building, program sustainability and more.

4-5:30pm / Union South

Intended audience: Faculty, Staff & Students

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March 10 • Power, Privilege and Positionality

How does our identity influence our engagement with communities? What does it mean to pursue justice? What’s the difference between allyship and solidarity? Come explore all these questions and more in this deep-dive workshop.

5-6:30pm / Memorial Union

Intended audience: Faculty, Staff & Students

In partnership with the Multicultural Student Center

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March 25 • Community Engaged Leadership

Many are quick to profess their value of community, but what does it really mean to live out that value as a leader? What opportunities are there to engage with the community through various roles? How can you best support the community through your leadership?

5-6:30pm / Memorial Union

Intended audience: Students

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April 7 • Preparing Students for Community Engagement

Community-based Learning can be a powerful pedagogical tool, however, ensuring its effectiveness requires finesse and critical planning. Come explore and develop these skills in this faculty and staff workshop.

12-1:30pm / Union South

Intended audience: Faculty and Staff

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April 14 • International Community Engagement

Community may be a universal concept, but interaction with communities differs not just across borders and language, but across identity, context, and much more. Embarking on an international service trip or planning to engage in cross-cultural research? Join us for a workshop that will provide you with some skills and considerations to guide your experience.

4-5:30pm / Memorial Union

Intended audience: Faculty, Staff & Students

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Faculty/Staff 
Creating and maintaining a community-engaged learning experience is no simple task. Request a workshop to explore pedagogical best practices or simply deepen your own learning about community.

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Students 
Looking for ways for your student organization to partner with a local nonprofit or gain community-engaged leadership skills? Perhaps your residence hall is interested in exploring the importance of community. Whatever your interest, we’re happy to help!

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