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Empower Your C2C Program & Peer Advocacy! Apply to Join FL|CC & Hope CommUnity Center for an Amazing Service Weekend!

Florida Campus Compact (FL|CC) is seeking to sponsor weekend immersion trips this June for the FL|CC Connect2Complete (C2C) Program with the Hope CommUnity Center.

We invite C2C participants and stakeholders to submit an Application for this trip to live and work side-by-side with immigrants, students, families and farmworkers in Central Florida.
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Andrew Seligsohn

Campus Compact Appoints Andrew Seligsohn as Fifth President

Boston, MA — The Campus Compact Board of Directors have announced that Dr. Andrew Seligsohn has been appointed the next president of the organization, effective June 2014.
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Award Winners

2013 Florida Campus Compact Award Winners

FL|CC Awards were presented at the Annual Awards Gala on Thursday, November 7th at the Boca Raton Campus of Palm Beach State College hosted by President Dennis Gallon.
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2014 Newman Civic Fellows
Congratulations to the 2014 class of Newman Civic Fellows!

  • Kou Sua, Stetson University
  • Nicole Roman, Miami Dade College
  • Abigail Oakes, New College of Florida
  • Guerdiana Thelomar, University of Miami
  • Tatiana Rodriguez, Florida Gulf Coast University
  • Daniel Montes, South Florida State College
  • David Habib, University of Florida
  • Hector Pizarro, Barry University
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Request For Conference Session Proposals
Fourth Annual Eastern Regional Campus Compact Conference

Moving Us Forward: Fifty Years On: From Civil Rights to Critical Engagement

ERCC seeks workshop and poster session proposals that address the conference theme and one or more of the conference goals:
  1. Galvanize community – campus partnerships for collective impact.
  2. Promote twenty-first century knowledge making for healthy communities.
  3. Build diverse democracies on and off campus.
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Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching's Elective Community Engagement Classification

Drawing its criteria heavily from Campus Compact's Indicators of Engagement Project the Carnegie classification reaffirms institutional commitment to deepen the practice of service and to further strengthen bonds between campus and community.

2015 Community Engagement Classification Timeline
  • April 15, 2014: Applications Due/Reviewing begins
  • December 2014: Review Process completed/ campuses notified
  • January 2015: 2015 classification results announced
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