Call for Proposals: NC Campus Compact’s 2020 Community Engagement Administrators Conference (CEAC)
Posted by North Carolina Campus Compact on March 17, 2020
NC Campus Compact’s 2020 Community Engagement Administrators Conference (CEAC) – “Recalibration: Knowledge & Tools for Deepening and Sustaining Community & Civic Engagement,” June 9, 2020 at Elon University, Elon, NC.
Call for Proposals & Registration
Call for Proposals – Deadline: April 6, 2020: https://www.nccampuscompact.org/ceac-call-for-proposals/
CEAC is a one-day gathering for staff and faculty who lead, coordinate, and facilitate higher education community and civic engagement activities.
Despite all our successes institutionalizing higher education SLCE (service-learning, community/civic engagement) there continue to be critiques and challenges to this work. How can community and civic engagement professionals deepen, expand, and sustain their efforts in the current climate? The Webster’s Dictionary definition for calibrate is to “adjust or mark something so that it can be used in an accurate and exact way.” The 2020 CEAC is an opportunity for civic/community engagement professionals to recalibrate through networking, discussions about these issues, and sharing of best practices and insights.
CEAC will include a combination of workshops and roundtable and group discussions. We are currently seeking facilitators for the workshops and roundtable discussions.
Register here – Deadline: May 22, 2020: https://www.elon.edu/nccampuscompact/conferences/civic/adminconference
$100 pp for Campus Compact members/$130 pp for non-members
Learn more: https://www.nccampuscompact.org/cea-conference/
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