Federal earmark funding opportunities for advancing civic and community engagement
Posted by Campus Compact on October 3, 2023
This fourth session of Resourcing for Success featured field leaders who have successfully garnered federal (and in some cases also state) government appropriations to advance civic and community engagement priorities. We welcomed a government relations professional to the session to share tips and approaches for being an effective collaborator.
Speakers included Nyeema Watson, (Rutgers University-Camden), Gia Grier McGinnis, (Loyola University Maryland), and Bill Bates, (Washington Navigators).
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