Webinar: Introducing the Carnegie CE 2026 Application: Best Practices and Insight from Carnegie Staff – Feb 21
Posted by GivePulse on February 13, 2024
This session will introduce participants to the Carnegie Elective Classification for Community Engagement 2026 application, highlighting changes in content and practices made by the Electives Team, including the addition of a new section on civic and democratic engagement.
The Elective Classifications serve as a tool for people-centered systems change in higher education. Utilizing self-study as a tool for institutional reflection and ritual, the Carnegie Elective Classification for Community Engagement assesses institutional principles and practices of public purpose to promote transformation through the co-defining challenges, identifying promising practices, and co-creating goals and outcomes for partnership with communities and campuses that demonstrate the legitimacy of community-engaged practices, partnerships rooted in reciprocity, and outcomes in which the knowledge(s) of those in the community are validated and legitimized.
The Carnegie Elective Classification for Community Engagement framework reflects ongoing transformative shifts within our institutions, communities, and how we come together to address institutional- and community-based problem solving for the public good.
Also, we will be answering your questions. Not able to join us, no worries, register and we will be sure to send you the recording.
Date and Time: February 21, 2024, 2:00 PM
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