October Compact Nation Podcast – new episodes
Posted by Campus Compact on November 6, 2017
Tune in monthly for conversations with leading community engagement professionals, book and literature reviews, discussions of important topics in the field, and maybe the answer to what happens when a few community engagement professionals step into an elevator–or start a podcast.
Season 2 Episode 5
This episode we sat down with Stephen Black, the director of the Center for Ethics & Social Responsibility at The University of Alabama and the founder and director of Impact America. We talked about the need for connectedness and empathy in our democracy and on campus and how community engagement efforts can change culture to make change. Co-host Emily Shields is joined by guest host, Leslie Garvin, Executive Director of North Carolina Campus Compact who brings her deep knowledge of community engagement on campuses and dystopian television dramas.
Learn More and Listen to Season 2 Episode 5
Season 2 Episode 6
In our sixth episode of the second season, Co-Host J.R. Jamison sat down with Vu Le, Founder and lead writer of Nonprofit AF (formerly Nonprofit with Balls), to discuss cultural competency and nonprofits and how the field can better support college students preparing for careers in the nonprofit world. Also in this episode we discuss donor-centric fundraising vs. community-centric, and we reveal our Golden Girls personalities. Is Andrew Stanley? Emily Blanche? J.R. Rose? Listen now to find out!
Learn More and Listen to Season 2 Episode 6
More in "New Resources"
- New PPL Policy Brief: Safe Injection Sites as a Public Health Response to the Opioid Crisis: Research Evidence and Policy Recommendations
- SSIR Webinar Series for Nonprofits and Other Stakeholders in the Social Sector.
- 1619 Unit Plan: African American Cultural Achievements and Identity
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