North Carolina Campus Compact builds the capacity of colleges and universities to produce civically-engaged graduates and strengthen communities.
  • CEEP non-partisan NC voter guides just in time for early voting!

    The Campus Election Engagement Project is a national, nonpartisan effort that helps administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders at America’s colleges and universities engage students in federal, state, and local elections. In addition to supporting student voting fellows across the across the country and funding our MidTermsMatter mini-grants program here in NC, CEEP produces non-partisan candidate and issue guides designed to … Continue Reading
  • Join our team: now recruiting Program Coordinator, VISTA Leaders, and NC Hunger Corps VISTAs

    NC Campus Compact is currently recruiting to fill multiple positions affiliated with our office. Our VISTA Program Coordinator is a full-time (40-hr/week) position working out of the NC Campus Compact office at Elon University. This grant-funded position is considered an Elon employee, with $40,000 annual salary plus benefits. The program coordinator manages all aspects of the Compact’s 25+ member AmeriCorps … Continue Reading
  • COPIL team authors book chapter, “Social Justice In Service-Learning And Community Engagement”

    A team of practitioner-scholars from NC Campus Compact’s Community of Practice, Inquiry, and Learning (COPIL) has authored a book chapter in the forthcoming volume, Critical Intersections In Contemporary Curriculum & Pedagogy. The chapter — “Social Justice In Service-Learning And Community Engagement: A Conversation About Meanings, Practices, And Possibilities” — is a reflection on the group’s formation and shared dialogue around key … Continue Reading
  • New partnership with Food Lion Feeds will support campus efforts to fight hunger

    North Carolina Campus Compact has joined forces with Food Lion Feeds to launch a “Collegiate Challenge” that will mobilize colleges and universities to address hunger in their local community. A geographically diverse group of 18 schools — including 4-year colleges and universities and 2-year community colleges — will compete for $20,000 in funding to support campus-based hunger relief projects, while … Continue Reading
  • CSNAP Student Conference will let students learn, share ideas to advance campus-community engagement

    On November 9-10 in Fayetteville, NC Campus Compact will hold its annual CSNAP Student Conference in partnership with Fayetteville State University. CSNAP — which stands for “Citizenship, Service, Networking, And Partnerships” — lets college students lead and attend breakout sessions that advance the practice of civic and community engagement on campuses across the state. Workshops may address leadership skills, model … Continue Reading
  • New NC Afterschool Corps VISTA members begin service year

    Last week NC Campus Compact welcomed the newest NC Afterschool Corps members with a two-day orientation and training event. For the 2018-2019 project year, fourteen members will serve at 10 campus and community sites to strengthen afterschool programs and facilitate connections between colleges and universities and their community partners. All of these members are serving as part of the AmeriCorps … Continue Reading

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