Community Partner Proposal Form

Are you a community organization interested in connecting with CC faculty and courses? Do you have a problem or issue that college students and faculty could help with through research or academic expertise? Would you benefit from additional partners in problem-solving, or collaborators on a creative project? If so, you've landed on the right page!

You're invited to participate in the Publicly Engaged, Actionable Knowledge (PEAK) Project!  This project seeks to bridge campus knowledge and community impact through connecting CC educators, students, and partners to co-create engaged courses and research projects. Read more about the PEAK project here.

Please use the forms below to share information about courses you would like to connect with from this list or propose a new project idea.

Deadlines and Timelines

Community-Engaged Learning Courses

Timeline table for Peak Project partnerships
PEAK PROJECT CYCLE Spring 2022 Course Fall 2023 Course
Faculty and Staff Educators Call for Interest.  Interest Forms are due by the end of the block break.

June 1 - Sept. 25

(Blocks A-1)

Feb. 1 - April 30

(Blocks 5-7)

Community Partner Call for Interest.  

Sept. 26-Nov. 4

Partner Interest Forms due: Nov. 4, 2022

(Blocks 2-3)

 May 1 - June 9

Partner Interest Forms due: June 9, 2023 

(Blocks 8-A)

End of block: CCE staff will reach out to faculty members and share up to three community partners who have expressed interest in working with their course. If no courses aligned with your project needs or interests, we'll discuss whether you'd like to share your project idea(s) in the next Peak Project Cycle and/or list it our our website as an active engagement opportunity.

Project "Matching": by November 18

(Block 3)

Project "Matching": by June 23

(Block A)

Week 1: All "matched" partners and instructors gather for a brief orientation to community-engaged learning, with guidance on how to approach the "meeting of the minds" including questions to discuss together, and best practices of course design.

Mid-block: Exploratory meetings aimed at discussing possibilities for class projects, and faculty and partners deciding whether it's a good fit.

End of block: Instructors and partners decide if they will partner for the course, and share decisions with the CCE.

Orientation: Date to be determined between Nov. 28-Dec.2

 

Dec. 5-16

 

Dec. 21

(Block 4)

Orientation: Date to be determined between June 26-30

 

 July 3-14

 

July 20

(Block B)

Courses Seeking Community Partners

Community Partner Interest Form

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