Resources for Building Community Partnerships
West Virginia University is committed to building our communities. We know how important it is for our students to extend their learning beyond the classroom. We strive to offer innovative teaching and learning opportunities, but what matters most is that we do so in a way that helps meet the critical challenges faced our state and our residents. Community, faith-based, and governmental organizations in West Virginia and the surrounding region are at the front lines of meeting these challenges and with your partnership, no disparity is impossible to overcome.
Through the Partner Program at the Center for Service and Learning, WVU facilitates connection to organizations that meet community needs through meaningful and impactful service. We guide the development of service-learning projects and volunteer opportunities to produce mutually beneficial interactions that are transformational for emerging professionals and communities alike.
For more information and resources, click here: https://service.wvu.edu/partners/community-partnership-program
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