Making the Most of Good Work: The Intersection of Community-Engaged Learning and Career Readiness – Dec 7
Posted by Maine Campus Compact on November 23, 2021
Maine Campus Compact is pleased to host Making the Most of Good Work: The Intersection of Community-Engaged Learning and Career Readiness, a free virtual seminar for faculty, community-engagement officers, and career services professionals in higher education who are interested in discussing how community-based learning (CBL) fosters 21st century skills and how faculty can align their CBL projects to career readiness.
Date and Time: Tuesday, December 7, 3:30-5:15 PM
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