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CACSL Conference: Workshops by Volunteer Canada

2016 Impact for Sustainability Creating a Culture of Collaboration: 3 Sessions May 25-27, 2016 ROOM TBD | Mount Royal University These 3 sessions will bring academic faculty, Volunteer Centres and community partners together to discuss and develop more collaborative working relationships. The Creating a Culture of Collaboration series was designed in response to feedback received… Read more »

CACSL Conference 2016: Workshops with Patti Clayton

TransCanada International Forum on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Session I (Wed, 9:00 – 12:00): Integrating Critical Reflection and Assessment to Generate, Deepen, and Document Learning In this first of three opportunities to collaboratively explore Community Service-Learning and Community Engagement (CSL/CE) as the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) with practitioner-scholar Patti Clayton, we will… Read more »

Volunteer Centres and CACSL Members Explore Collective Impact.

Have you wondered what role collective impact could play in  social or economic issues in your  community? Wondered how it  would it fit with your community service-learning efforts? May 26 CACSL and Volunteer Canada hosted a C2U Expo pre-conference workshop “Collective Impact: From Idea to Action” where Liz Weaver, Tamarack Foundation, led us through understanding CI… Read more »

Join us at 2015 Health Promoting Universities conference

Researchers, practitioners, administrators, students and policy-makers from all fields are invited to this conference on developing healthy, sustainable campuses. The conference will take place at UBC Okanagan in Kelowna, BC, from June 22-26, 2015. To learn more: www.internationalhealthycampuses2015.com The 2015 International Conference on Health Promoting Universities & Colleges will mobilize the power and highlight the… Read more »

C2UExpo 2015 – May 26th to May 29th 2015

C2UExpo 2015 – May 26th to May 29th 2015 Citizen-Driven Policy: Strengthening Community Engagement for a Better World. First and foremost, the C2U Expo 2015 conference provides the opportunity for participants to be inspired and energized by the successes of community-campus partnerships, community based research, and community service-learning. Furthermore, the conference provides a means for… Read more »

Call for abstracts: CURA2 Poverty and Social Inclusion 2015 conference

There will be a $100 award for the best student presentation, a $100 award for the best lived experience presentation, and a $100 award for the best community solutions presentation at this conference. When: October 28 & 29, 2015 from 9 am to 4 pm Where: Best Western Lamplighter Hotel (591 Wellington Road, London, Ontario)… Read more »

CACSL Conference 2016: Impact for Sustainability

Mount Royal University (MRU) is pleased to host the 2016 national conference for Community Service Learning (CSL) and Community Engagement (CE). Victoria Calvert, the CSL coordinator for MRU is the Conference Chair, and Cynthia Gallop is the Academic Chair. This conference is held every two years and provides a national connection that reaches the constituents… Read more »

Call for Abstracts for the C2U Expo Conference!

C2UExpo (Community, College, University-Exposition), a bi-annual 3-day conference, showcases the best practices in community-campus partnerships worldwide and attracts presentations from community-campus partnerships forged around social, cultural, health, environment, and economic issues that exist at all levels of society. The conference attracts upwards of 400 attendees from all parts of the world, providing conference presenters with… Read more »

CACSL and Volunteer Canada Team Up Again- Collective Impact and Its Application to Community Service- Learning and Community Change Efforts

Have you been hearing a lot about Collective Impact?  Wondered where it fits with the work you do in your community?  Volunteer Canada and CACSL offer you the opportunity to participate in a  workshop designed for volunteer centre workers and community service-learning practitioners.    Liz Weaver,  Vice President, Tamarack Foundation,  Vibrant Communities Canada Lead, and… Read more »