Service in Society
Interactive, 1-hour seminars featuring faculty and community partners involved in academic community engagement.
fall 2012 series :
Building Partnerships and Collecting Data at the Charlottesville City Market
Paul Freedman, Associate Professor, Department of Politics
Cecile Gorham, Market Central
Carla Jones, graduate student, Urban & Environmental Planning
Building a Habitat for Inter-Faith Learning and Inter-Cultural Service
Peter Ochs, Professor, Department of Religious Studies
Building Mutually Beneficial University-Community Partnerships
Christine Mahoney, Assistant Professor, Department of Politics & the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy
Nate Daugherty and Pin-Hsuan "Katy" Lai, graduate students, Batten
Prof. Mahoney will discuss the development of programs and projects that create opportunities for students to get hands-on real-world experience but that also provide outputs that are of need to community partners. In this way, students became a force-multiplier for mission-based organizations and city agencies rather than a resource-drain.
Careers in Service and Development*
Ross Baird, Executive Director, Village Capital, CLAS '07
Interact with U.Va. alums who are now working in the service and community engagement fields!
Register here or use the form below.
Program hosted by the Office of the Vice President and Chief of Student Affairs Officer and the Jefferson Public Citizens Program.
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