Join the Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning
The Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning provides:
leadership and support for the development and enhancement of Community Service-Learning in Canada, connects with international networks and promotes the benefits of this approach to universities, students, and community organizations.
Why be a member of CACSL
The Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning supports you by:
- Providing leadership for the development and enhancement of Community Service-Learning in Canada,
- Connecting with regional, national and international networks, and
- Promoting the benefits of CSL to post-secondary institutions, students, community organizations, and government.
CACSL advocates for the value of Community Service–Learning, encourages policy change to support CSL, and works to promote and support its further development in Canada. Member involvement though volunteering and paid membership is vital to the CACSL’s success.
Benefits of Membership
- Reduced rates on CACSL events and offerings: Including C2U Expo 2015 (15%) and the Collective Impact pre-conference event ($105 reduction).
- Active participation in the development and enhancement of CSL in Canada
- Connect with others in the CSL community committed to mobilizing the intellectual and human resources of universities and colleges to address urgent community issues in Canada and internationally.
- Potential Author status for the CACSL blog and listing in the CACSL Speakers’ Bureau.
- Share your knowledge and experience and learn from other CSL providers and participants.
In 2015 your membership contribution will support the growth and development of CSL in Canada through:
- Co-management of Community First: Impacts of Community Engagement (CFICE) SSHRC Partnership Grant project
- Connect CSL researchers and practitioners through blogs (register for free), webinars, and learning events.
- Maintain CACSL’s support for CSL practitioners
- Encourage the development of regional networks
- Participating in national networks in support of community campus engagement
- Participation in Rural Policy Learning Commons SSHRC Partnership Research Grant
|Educational Institutions (includes 5 individual memberships)||More than 10,000 students||$500|
|Educational Institutions (includes 3 individual memberships)||Up to 9,999 students||$250|
|Community Not for Profit Agencies||$75|