Campus Compact of the Mountain West will be hosting Echoing Green's Work on Purpose workshop for faculty and staff on May 2, 2014. Work on Purpose inspires and equips young professionals to realize their unique way to make a social impact. The workshop will prepare staff to facilitate the Work on Purpose curriculum with DU students.
The Center for Community Engagement & Service Learning (CCESL) is interested in developing a cohort of DU staff dedicated to thinking holistically about the civic development of our students. This workshop provides the opportunity to bring together a committed group interested in exploring these possibilities. CCESL will cover the $100 registration fee for accepted applicants who must also commit to attending a pre and post-workshop meeting to expand the work of the cohort. To learn more about the workshop, please click here. Applicants will be notified by April 21st of their acceptance. CCESL will register all selected applicants directly.
To apply, please fill out the application.
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