Utah Campus Compact November E-news
A monthly snapshot of member benefits, updates, and resources to help promote Higher Impact Education

Nominate a Student for the Newman Civic Fellowship

The Newman Civic Fellowship recognizes and supports community-committed students who have demonstrated an investment in finding solutions for challenges facing communities throughout the country. The fellowship provides training and resources that nurture students’ assets and passions to help them develop strategies to achieve social change. Through the fellowship.

Find out more details here!
Toward Pedagogies of Critical Community-Based Learning Symposium
Conference Date: November 4th, 2016
Where: Portland, OR, PSU

Facing Race
Conference Date: November 10th-12th, 2016
Where: Atlanta, GA

Ashoka U Exchange: Embedding Social Innovation in Higher Education
Conference Date: March 2nd-4th, 2017
Where: Miami, FL

National Service-Learning Conference
Conference Date: March 22nd-24th, 2017
Where: Anaheim, CA

Continuums of Service
Conference Date: April 6th-8th, 2017

Where: Denver, CO
NCORE: National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher

Conference Date: May 30th - June 3rd, 2017
Where: Fort Worth, TX
Utah Campus Compact News
Campus Compact National Membership Survey - Responses Due November 23rd!

Campus Compact puts out an annual membership survey to colleges and universities around the whole country who are members of the Compact. Every member institution has already received an invitation to participate and responses are due at the end of next month! The 2015 survey summary is available now and has information about all things community engagement in higher education. It's worth taking a look at to see how other schools around the country are engaging with their local communities!
“Completing the Annual Survey from Campus Compact
Hints, Tips & Best Practices”
Monday, November 7th
3:00pm-4:00pm (EST)
See the information to join us bellow.  No RSVP necessary.
  Join from:
PC, Mac, Linux,iOS, or Android:
Dial +1 646-558-8656 (US Toll) or +1 408-638-0968 (US Toll)
Meeting ID: 450-735-26
Open Position

Junior Coach Coordinator 
Our Junior Coach Coordinator position is a part-time role bringing healthy play and physical activity to low-income schools to create a positive environment for learning and teaching. The member will be on site four to five days a week throughout the school year.
The stipend will be $5,972 for 450 hours Jan-Jun.  Ed award is $1527.45.  
Call for Proposals
We would like to invite any student leader or staff advisor to submit a workshop proposal to present at IMPACT 2017. This year, IMPACT will be held at Washington University in St. Louis on February 16-19Workshop proposals are due November 11th.
The IMPACT Conference brings together college students, nonprofit professionals, campus administrators, and year of service members to share best practices, experiences, stories, and resources in their work for social change.For more information or to browse workshops from previous conferences, feel free to visit their website
Submit your proposal here!
Available Grants
MLK Day Grant Applications
UServeUtah will be accepting applications for Martin Luther King Day of Service project grants from Utah nonprofit organizations. The goal of these grants is to increase the number of people who serve in meaningful roles as volunteers dedicated to addressing important needs in communities across Utah.
Grants will be awarded to Utah non-profit organizations to assist in creating projects that occur around Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service (January 16, 2017). Grant applications will be posted on userve.utah.gov by the beginning of December.
Latest Edition of Available Partnerships
Read the latest edition of Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, North Carolina Campus Compact's peer-reviewed, online journal, hosted by the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
The election season reminds us that for our country to operate at its potential, we must build partnerships across partisan lines, between differing world views, and among diverse populations We have plenty of such positive examples, role models, and programs operating in communities across the country as detailed in the articles and book reviews in this issue. In both domestic and international arenas, our featured scholars recognize that dialogue, problem solving, and collaborative goal setting set the stage for ethical and effective high-impact programs.
 The journal is available online here.
Engagement Opportunity


      On November 12th we are coming together in Utah for a Citizens Summit to:

-Celebrate what we have already accomplished in being more civil, compassionate, inclusive collaborative and productive.
-Model how to bridge political and other divides through civil dialogue and creative problem solving.
-Lay the groundwork for progress on identified issues and possible solutions

Our invitation in this is simple:
1. Find someone you respect, even while disagreeing with about important things
2. Start a conversation about how Americans can come together in the years ahead.
3. Tell us what happens! 

Then bring what you learned and join us at the Utah Citizen Summit during the day on November 12 to participate in a rich day of sharing and conversation with others from around Utah. 
Contact Elliea@utahcompact.org if you are interested in participating! 
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