From the 2017 OCC Annual Meeting
Voter Friendly Campus Designation by Keith Lanser, Mt. St. Joseph University
Pre-conference materials (this may ask you to request access-we will approve upon your request)
Facing Project Presentation (U of Dayton)
The 10,000 Foot View on Civic Engagement, Stephen M. Gavazzi
Engaged Institutions, Responsiveness, and Town-Gown Relationships, Stephen M. Gavazzi
Civic Action Planning Resources
Webinars and Presentations:
Find the newest planning resources on the Campus Compact website. View the webinar by John Reiff, Organizing for Change in Higher Education. You can also view the presentations from the Civic Action Planning Institutes at this link.
Campus Compact Civic Action Plan Knowledge Hubs:
Each hub is a starting point for a campus planning team to learn more about an aspect of engagement work. Some hubs are focused on specific institutional policies or practices. Others are focused on issues of importance to communities. Still others highlight a mechanism for making change. Each hub contains key resources, organizations, and exemplars to provide information, partnership, and inspiration as you shape the future of community engagement at your institution.
Ohio Campus Compact seeks to provide our member institutions with training, resources, and networking opportunities in order to fully realize their unique civic missions and advance best practices in civic engagement. Opportunities include:
Training and Technical Assistance
Resources and Publications
Job Opportunities in Community Service & Civic Engagement
Click here to learn more about Ohio Campus Compact services and member benefits.
Jason Bricker-Thompson, Director of Civic Engagement at Hiram College, is a founding board member of the Hiram Farm Living and Learning Community, an organization serving adults on the autism spectrum in Northeast Ohio. “Thanks to assistance from Ohio Campus Compact, Hiram College has developed a sustained collaboration with this unique organization sharing diverse resources with the farm, including a grant from Ohio Campus Compact’s Pay-It-Forward student philanthropy program, the establishment of a community garden, and the development of a food access program that educates about poverty and provides fresh, local, organic produce to an area food bank from the farm.”