Colorado Service Learning Council
The Colorado Service-Learning Council (CSLC) is a coalition of P-20 institutions, government agencies, non-profit agencies, and corporations that supports service-learning as a teaching and learning strategy in Colorado.
The Colorado Service-Learning Council:
- Grows the Colorado network of service-learning practitioners and supporters
- Supports and helps direct collaborative service-learning projects
- Advocates for high-quality service-learning for learners in all settings and in all stages, that:
- Focuses on community assets
- Includes youth voice and diverse perspectives
- Connects to curriculum/learning goals
- Involves meaningful service and reflection
- Is rooted in reciprocal partnerships
To learn about the mission and vision of the CSLC or to get connected and learn about upcoming opportunities, visit www.coloradoservicelearning.org.
Colorado civic health network
The Colorado Civic Health Network provides space and conditions for diverse partners across the state - individuals, businesses, government agencies, and non-profits - to come together to network, identify goals, share best practices, implement strategies, and monitor progress towards improving civic health in the state.
The network defines civic health as "a community's capacity to work together to resolve collective problems. It is defined by the degree to which people trust each other, help their neighbors, and interact with their government." The network's priorities include:
- Building the Pipeline
- Increasing Public Engagement
- Strengthening Inclusion
- Creating Connections
- Empowering Problem-Solving, and
- Strengthening Authentic Community Engagement
To learn more about the mission and vision of the Colorado Civic Health Network or to get connected nad learn about upcoming opportunities, visit http://cocivichealth.org/.
Intercultural Global Studies Minor
Students in the intercultural global studies (IGS) minor take an innovative approach to understanding and engaging with diverse cultures within the United States and across the world.
By combining interdisciplinary coursework that complements your major with domestic and international engagement experiences, you'll develop essential intercultural skills. You'll also integrate theory and practice to make a positive impact in today's interconnected global society.