These forms are to be used for students participating in Community-Based Learning classes and/or the Civic Scholars Program. Review the Student Travel Policies to determine what forms are necessary in order to be reimbursed for transportation costs to and from community partners. All forms are due no later than the last day of classes for the semester. Please address any questions to email@example.com
The Center for Civic Engagement provides consulting and course development assistance to faculty members interested in teaching a Community Based Learning (CBL) course or undertaking a community-based research project. Through annual CBL Course Development Seminars, one-on-one consultations, and facilitated meetings with potential community partners, the Center helps faculty apply CBL pedagogies and best practices effectively to their courses while also ensuring that our community partners see real benefit to their organizations as a result. Grants are also available to support the development of CBL courses.
Course Development and Grant Guidelines.
The Center also helps support workshops, speakers, and other activities that increase the knowledge and capacity of faculty and students to partner effectively with community organizations.
Civic Engagement Resources
- CIRCLE (Center for Information and Research on Civic learning and Engagement)
- Project Pericles
- Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life
- Bonner Foundation
- National Service Learning Clearing House
- Campus Compact
- Engagement Scholarship Consortium
Opportunities for Staff
Drew University has created a policy to encourage staff members to engage in service and volunteer work.