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Developed by the Office of Service-Learning, the Community Partner Database brings together faculty engaged in service-learning with the needs of local community partners. The database began as a central resource for faculty and staff to access information on potential local partners, to share best practices, and to upload and track their service-learning course information.
Nonprofits, schools, and community organizations interested in partnering with a service-learning class are invited to create an organization profile. Your profile highlights your organization’s mission, services offered, volunteer opportunities, and possible service project ideas. This information will assist faculty in searching for potential community partners and project opportunities that are a good match for the academic content and learning objectives of their service-learning course.
You can also add information on other community-engaged learning opportunities at your organization, such as internships, work study, field work, clinical/practicums, research, or general volunteering opportunities.
Your profile gives you the ability to make us aware of the current and future needs of your individual organization, reach a significant number of faculty and staff directly, and increase university and student engagement with your organization.
To get started with your organizational profile, register as a user here.
For assistance with the Community Partner Database, please contact Janine Fawbush in the Insalaco Center at 57676409 or firstname.lastname@example.org.