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 email@example.com by Friday, December 9, 2016.
What is College Positive Volunteerism (CPV)?
As a college access program, CPV reflects efforts to increase the college enrollment and success for all students, and especially underrepresented students, by providing them with support and information about college preparation, paying for college, career selection, financial resources, etc. For more information on the program, visit Campus Compact’s website:
Campus Compact is doing a pilot study of the College Positive Volunteerism (CPV) program to measure its impact and effectiveness.
Previous AmeriCorps VISTAs at the national and state/regional offices collaborated to make a three-stage survey to conduct a change-over-time analysis of the volunteers who are working with K-12 youth, collecting demographics, recruitment information, and impact of the training and overall curriculum. The intention is to build upon existing evaluation materials currently in use to collect comprehensive information.
How can you help?
We are interested in involving as many institutions using CPV as a strategy as possible. In order to participate, the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) must be signed by someone on campus and sent to Kelsie George (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Friday, December 9, 2016.
For more information on the Pilot Study, visit Campus Compact’s website: