Blackstone Academy Charter School Presents Building College Culture & Access A 2-day Summer Institute at BACS July 10 & 11, 2017 No matter the size of your school/district, or the status of your current college access program, this institute will meet you where you are and help you plan to best meet the needs of […]
Join engagement professionals across the Compact network on December 13, 2016 for a webinar entitled Beyond Access: Making Immersion Experiences Relevant, Reflective, and a Path to Greater Consciousness. Access has long been a topic of discussion in international education as professionals determine how to attract more diverse student populations to international opportunities. While this is […]
To increase participation in the College Positive Volunteerism (CPV) Pilot Study, Campus Compact has pushed back the deadline for submitting MOAs. Campuses interested in participating in the CPV Pilot Study should send their MOAs to Kelsie George, Education Partnerships Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, December 9, 2016. What is College Positive Volunteerism (CPV)? As a […]
Host Site: Central Falls High School Where did you go to school? Hampshire College What are your personal and professional interests? My professional interests are creating educational spaces that are culturally relevant and accessible for all students. After my service, I plan to get my masters in educational studies to where I would like to […]
Joshua is currently serving his second term at Breakthrough Providence, a non-profit that supports academically motivated middle schoolers to get and stay on a path to college and trains and encourages talented high school and college students to become teachers. Joshua is Breakthrough’s College Bound Coordinator, organizing twice-annual conferences in collaboration with College Visions to support […]
Tyler Linhares is currently serving as the College Access Unlimited AmeriCorps*VISTA at Blackstone Academy Charter School. Tyler is designing and improving the school’s existing college access program by running the scholarship club, planning events for parents, scheduling college visits, and designing curricula on FAFSA and the ACT.
Stuart Haruyama is in his second term as the External Leadership & Partnership AmeriCorps*VISTA at the Rhode Island School of Design where he supports the college’s community partnerships program and helps cultivate student leadership opportunities.
Will you help College Visions high school seniors prepare for their college interviews? College Visions is looking for volunteers to serve as mock interviewers at CV’s Interview Prep Day. They’ll provide snacks and training at the beginning of the day, and then you’ll interview CV students and give constructive feedback to improve their interview skills. It’s […]
The College Crusade of Rhode Island encourages all the state’s colleges to participate in its annual Believe Breakfast, which this year has a theme of “College and Career Success.” The College Crusade believes college and career readiness and preparation are inextricably linked. Today’s economy requires workers with sophisticated social and technical skills, which usually […]
The state Campus Compact offices in New England hosted two day-long conferences on June 9-10 earlier this summer. Day 1: Community Engagement Leaders’ Retreat at Amherst College Designed to offer civic and community engagement and service-learning leaders an opportunity to further develop as reflective practitioners through a focus on mindfulness and how it impacts professional […]