Resources and Workshops


We will regularly host workshops that share ideas and practical guidance on increasing experiential learning opportunities for your students.

  • Friday October 14th: Incorporating experiential learning opportunities into the classroom.
    • To view the workshop, click here.
  • Friday November 11th: Focus on community engagement.
  • Thursday December 1st: School of Business Faculty Professional Development Workshop: Community Engagement

    • To view the workshop, click here.
  • Wednesday, March 29th: Integrating community engagement and EJI (Equity, Justice, and Inclusion).

Helpful Resources for Community Engagement and Experiential Learning Work:

All of these sites provide resources, articles, and connections for community engagement work. Many have membership affiliation and conferences to further develop your knowledge. Please reach out if you would like to get more involved.

  • Campus Compact
    • A national coalition of colleges and universities committed to the public purposes of higher education
    • Includes hundreds of resources on higher education civic and community engagement
  • National Society for Experiential Education
    • A nonprofit membership organization composed of educators, businesses, and community leaders founded in 1971 that strives to cultivate educators who effectively use experiential education as an integral part of personal, professional, civic, and global learning.
  • Collaboratory
    • Provides resources and up to date information on community engagement efforts
  • International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement
    • IARSLCE connects scholars around the world to advance knowledge on service-learning and community engagement.
  • CUMU: Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities
    • Dedicated to the creation and dissemination of knowledge on the issues that face our urban and metropolitan campuses and the communities we serve. As those issues grow, so does the complexity of community and campus-wide engagement.