Institutes and Conferences
Courses and Syllabi
Vermont Campus Compact Faculty Resources
- Creating, Running,
and Sustaining Campus-Community Service-Learning Partnerships:
Lessons from Practitioners This handbook addresses "good"
partnerships by drawing on the experience of dozens of individuals
from colleges and universities and from community organizations
in northern New England who have been involved in service-learning
partnerships for several years or more.
- Service-Learning Course Descriptions
This list includes 100+ descriptions of courses, sorted according
to discipline, offered at Campus Compact member campuses in
Vermont, Maine, New Hampshire.
- Subscribe to the VCC Network Listserv
The VCC Network listserv is used to share information about
Vermont Campus Compact programs and grant opportunities. The
listserv also features a bi-weekly digest that includes upcoming
fellowships, publications, national initiatives, legislative
updates, and regional and national conferences.
- VCC Network Digest
New England Service-Learning Faculty Consulting Program
This program enlists the most skilled
and experienced faculty graduates of the PBSL Institute, as
well as other experienced faculty recruited by VCC staff to
serve as consultants to faculty, staff, students, administrators
and community partners for service-learning. Consultants assist
faculty with introducing service-learning as a pedagogy, creating
community partnerships, redesigning courses, devising strategies
to develop students' skills and capacities, and developing service-learning
research programs. Consultants also assist administrators and
community service directors with setting up campus-wide service-learning
programs, building campus infrastructure for service-learning,
offering faculty development in service-learning and promoting
the benefits of service-learning.
a Faculty Consultant brochure
or Faculty Consultant
Faculty Consultants may be hired by any member campus by contacting
Cheryl Whitney Lower.
- "Principles of Good Practice in
- Faculty Guide for
Service Learning from New Hampshire Campus Compact
- Books on Service and
Capacity for Community Engagement: Institutional Self-Assessment
by Gelmon SB, Seifer SD, Kauper-Brown J and Mikkelsen M. (2005)
Building Capacity for Community Engagement:Institutional Self-Assessment.
Seattle, WA: Community-Campus Partnerships for Health.