Engaged Faculty Institute Curriculum

Posted by Community Campus Partnerships for Health on October 19, 2015

California Campus Compact, Campus Compact of the Mountain West, and Community-Campus Partnerships for Health are very excited to announce the release of the Engaged Faculty Institute (EFI) Curriculum. Over the course of this last spring and summer, staff from the three partner organizations collaborated with faculty, staff, and community partners representing Campus Compact & CCPH members from across the country to re-design the existing faculty training resource through CCPH into the EFI Curriculum.

The EFI Curriculum is a resource for intensive faculty development specific to service-learning course design (or re-design), including units focused on cultural competence, partnership development, sustainability and institutionalization of engagement, in addition to units on course design and assessment. We’ve already begun hosting EFI facilitator workshops to cultivate cohorts of faculty and staff familiar with the curriculum and able to train additional faculty members on a broad scale.

We encourage you to explore the EFI Curriculum and integrate this resource into your programming as it’s appropriate and useful. Feel free to contact CACC, CCMW, or CCPH for more information or to discuss facilitator trainings in your state/region. Many thanks!


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