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January 2020

Building Democratic Skills Through Deliberative Dialogue

January 30 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

This workshop will provide an overview of the National Issues Forum deliberative dialogue model and allow participants to engage in a brief practice Forum. Speakers: Leslie Garvin

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February 2020

Community Engagement Network Gathering

February 12 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am
West End Architectural Salvage, 22 9th St
Des Moines, IA 50309 United States
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REGISTER HERE Join us for an informal coffee gathering of college and university staff, faculty, and partners interested in issues of community and civic engagement in higher education. We’re creating this as an open space for networking, connection, and idea exchange among those who identify with Campus Compact’s mission and seek thoughtful collaborators. There is no cost to attend, but please register so we can plan for space. This gathering is part of a new, quarterly series of informal network gatherings in Des Moines. We will also be hosting gatherings in other regions of Iowa throughout the year. Contact Sinda Nichols at snichols@compact.org with questions or if you'd like to host a gathering in your area.

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Webinar: Being an Effective Co-Educator

February 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Zoom web conference

Community-based organization staff: Join us for this interactive session focused on the essential role community organizations play as co-educators when working with college students. We will share information on good practices and exchange wisdom among participants. Free of charge and open to all. With questions, contact Kara Trebil-Smith at ktrebilsmith@compact.org. February 12, 12 - 1:30 pm via Zoom. REGISTER HERE  

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Braving the Wilderness: How Vulnerability can be a Pathway for Social Change

February 13 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Learn a framework to give language and understanding for how fear and power imbalances impact our capacity to communicate and connect with people across power and dominance Speakers: Judy Botelho, Nanci Luci Jiménez, Pilar Pacheco, Christina Gonzalez-Salgado

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Designing Asset-Based Educational Experiences

February 27 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

This webinar will introduce Dr. Tara J. Yosso's Community Cultural Walth Model as a framework for discovering and embracing every student's unique assets, knowledge and talents. Speakers: Kristina Barger

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Equity By Design: Using Equity-Centered Community Design to Co-Create Community-Engaged Projects

February 29 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Grinnell College, 1115 8th Avenue
Grinnell, IA 50112 United States
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$200 – $400

Saturday, February 29th, Grinnell College Joe Rosenfield Center, Room 1010 9:00am to 5:00pm This workshop is open to faculty, staff, community members/organizations, and students interested in beginning to develop a framework for their own collaborative community projects.  You may already have a project in mind or you might just be interested in beginning to think about how to design equitable, collaborative community projects. Workshop Description: What are the roles of identity, power, and equity in community-centered collaborations? How might we design equitable, campus – community collaborative projects based on the fundamentals of Creative Reaction Lab’s Equity-Centered Community Design framework?  How do we develop a lens of personal and organizational humility?  In this interactive workshop, participants (community members, community organizations, faculty, and engaged youth) will examine their respective identities and roles as community members and change-leaders by: Learning the fundamentals of the Equity-Centered Community Design framework, Reflecting on history, healing, identity, and power to inform the context of collaboration, Defining the power…

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March 2020

High Impact Community-Engaged Learning Practices & Processes

March 10 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

This webinar will focus on three practices that facilitate achievement of high impact community-engaged learning (service- learning). Speakers: Jim Bowman, Lynn Donahue, Marta Rodriguez-Galan.

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Campus Compact 2020 National Conference

March 29 - April 1
Hyatt Regency Seattle, 808 Howell Street
Seattle, WA 98101 United States
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$499

As students and youth claim leadership in defining the future of our democracy, we gather to imagine how higher education can contribute to the achievement of opportunity and voice for all. COMPACT20 | THE PROMISE OF FULL PARTICIPATION: DEMOCRACY, OPPORTUNITY, VOICE MARCH 28 – APRIL 1, 2020 | SEATTLE, WA Compact20 is the largest and most inclusive national conference focused on the role of higher education in building democracy and healthy communities. Sessions explore topics such as civic engagement, community-engaged research, civic- and service-learning, institutional change, university-community partnerships, and more. Compact20 provides professional development and networking opportunities for community engagement professionals, engaged faculty, community partners, student civic leaders, and campus senior leaders. Now accepting session proposals! Submit your ideas by June 30, 2019.

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April 2020

Speak Up: How to Work Change in Your Community

April 16 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

This webinar will teach participants how to engage in making change in their city, state and country by becoming an advocate. Speakers: Gina Plata-Nino

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April Network Gathering with Volunteer Managers of Central Iowa

April 16 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Fox Brewing, 103 S 11th St
West Des Moines, IA 50265 United States
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Campus and Community: How can we work together? Our second Spring Network Gathering will be hosted in partnership with Volunteer Managers of Central Iowa. Members of this organization will join us for a conversation about how campus and community organizations can work together to create more strategic partnerships and streamline communication. Anyone interested in deeper and more meaningful partnerships is encouraged to attend. A brainstorming session from 3-4 pm will be followed by a networking happy hour from 4-5 pm. There is no cost to attend, but please register so we can plan for space. This gathering is part of a new series of informal network gatherings being held quarterly in Des Moines and the Twin Cities. We will also be hosting gatherings in other regions of both states throughout the year. Contact Sinda Nichols at snichols {at} compact(.)org with questions or if you’d like to host a gathering in your area.

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The Power of a Plan: How a Civic Action Plan can Create Significant Impact

April 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

This webinar will provide inspiration and honest feedback about creating a Civic Action Plan,the challenges encountered, and the tremendous impact of the plan at two institutions. Speakers: Julianne Gassman, Laura Hill Rao

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May 2020

Presidents’ Engaged Campus Awards Lunch

May 5 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Des Moines Botanical Garden, 909 Robert D. Ray Dr
Des Moines, IA 50309 United States
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2020 Presidents’ Engaged Campus Awards Awards This event brings together a variety of civic engagement stakeholders both to celebrate the good work already being done across the state and to consider ways of building on that work for greater impact. The nomination process for this year is now open! Learn more here. Registration and table sponsorship information will be added soon.  

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Building Student Dispositions for Community Engaged Learning

May 7 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

The webinar is structured around siz dispositions that are particularly vital for community-engaged learning designed to promote critical thinking and social justice in students. Speakers: David Donahue, Star Plaxton-Moore

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High Impact Civic Learning Pedagogy

May 15 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Cedar Rapids

Faculty are in a unique position to prepare students for their role in our democracy and as community leaders, but this outcome is often lost to more pressing academic and workforce needs. Yet, civic learning has multiple benefits. It is a high-impact pedagogy that, when done well, supports greater inclusion and success for all students. In this workshop, we will share a variety of tools, frames, and paths for effectively integrating civic learning into courses across disciplines. This will include ideas for political discussions, civic dialogue, civic engagement, community engagement, and more. The session will follow the course design process and link outcomes, activities, and assessment tools that meet a variety of needs and goals. Attendees will have the opportunity to brainstorm and develop a syllabus and/or course activities for the infusion of civic learning. They will leave with new ideas and fresh perspectives for effective strategies that enhance outcomes for all without increasing faculty workload. When: Friday, May 15,…

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June 2020

Community Engagement Professional Retreat

June 22 @ 1:00 pm - June 24 @ 1:00 pm
Loyola University Retreat and Ecology Campus, 2710 S Country Club Rd
Woodstock, IL 60098

Save the Date: June 22 - 24, 2020. Application coming in January.  About the Retreat Location: Loyola University Retreat and Ecology Campus, 2710 S Country Club Rd, Woodstock, IL 60098 Dates: Monday, June 22 - Wednesday, June 24, 2020 Audience: Community Engagement Professionals based on Campus Compact member campuses in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin Cost: Registration is $500 for members/ $1,000 for nonmembers and includes meals and lodging in single occupancy rooms with private bathrooms. Retreat Goals Create an inclusive learning community in which personal and professional experiences are honored. Allow space for participants to reflect on the gifts and passion and affirm their commitment to the field. Expand participants’ capacity to Deepen engagement across the institution, Lead through times of change in higher education, and Exercise leadership with an equity lens. Explore tensions and challenges inherent in the work and identify ways to address them. Share tools and strategies to strengthen participants’ ability to foster and deepen their campus’s engagement…

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