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  • I want to give a brief background on each of these stories and how they relate
    Then I want to talk about current challenges & opportunities as they relate to community-campus partnerships
  • I want to give a brief background on each of these stories and how they relate
    Then I want to talk about current challenges & opportunities as they relate to community-campus partnerships
  • I want to give a brief background on each of these stories and how they relate
    Then I want to talk about current challenges & opportunities as they relate to community-campus partnerships
  • Over the last 20 years the service movement has succeeded in increasing service and service-learning by colleges and universities.

    Community service (COOL)
    Service-Learning (Campus Compact)
    Community-Based Research (Loka Institute, CCPH, Bonner)
    Civic Engagement (AAHE & everyone else!)
  • Over the last 20 years the service movement has succeeded in increasing service and service-learning by colleges and universities.

    Community service (COOL)
    Service-Learning (Campus Compact)
    Community-Based Research (Loka Institute, CCPH, Bonner)
    Civic Engagement (AAHE & everyone else!)
  • Over the last 20 years the service movement has succeeded in increasing service and service-learning by colleges and universities.

    Community service (COOL)
    Service-Learning (Campus Compact)
    Community-Based Research (Loka Institute, CCPH, Bonner)
    Civic Engagement (AAHE & everyone else!)
  • Over the last 20 years the service movement has succeeded in increasing service and service-learning by colleges and universities.

    Community service (COOL)
    Service-Learning (Campus Compact)
    Community-Based Research (Loka Institute, CCPH, Bonner)
    Civic Engagement (AAHE & everyone else!)




















































  • My Background - really, my biases or focus
    1) three circles, emphasis on community partners
    2) nothing new under the sun - our Nation's character the same (e.g., make the world a better place, associations, deToeqville) but the tools to do that work have changed, a lot!
    3) we're in a particularly exciting upward cycle now in our field
    e.g., 700 campus YMCA's at the turn of the century - 1,000 campuses in Campus Compact
  • My Background - really, my biases or focus
    1) three circles, emphasis on community partners
    2) nothing new under the sun - our Nation's character the same (e.g., make the world a better place, associations, deToeqville) but the tools to do that work have changed, a lot!
    3) we're in a particularly exciting upward cycle now in our field
    e.g., 700 campus YMCA's at the turn of the century - 1,000 campuses in Campus Compact
  • My Background - really, my biases or focus
    1) three circles, emphasis on community partners
    2) nothing new under the sun - our Nation's character the same (e.g., make the world a better place, associations, deToeqville) but the tools to do that work have changed, a lot!
    3) we're in a particularly exciting upward cycle now in our field
    e.g., 700 campus YMCA's at the turn of the century - 1,000 campuses in Campus Compact
  • My Background - really, my biases or focus
    1) three circles, emphasis on community partners
    2) nothing new under the sun - our Nation's character the same (e.g., make the world a better place, associations, deToeqville) but the tools to do that work have changed, a lot!
    3) we're in a particularly exciting upward cycle now in our field
    e.g., 700 campus YMCA's at the turn of the century - 1,000 campuses in Campus Compact



































  • Transcript

    • 1. Mobilizing Communities and Universities in the Obama Era Strategies for Organizing People, Giving & Civic Action
    • 2. Bonner Network
    • 3. Context
    • 4. Context Service Movement
    • 5. Context Social Service Media Movement
    • 6. Context Social Service Media Movement Barack Obama
    • 7. Service Movement
    • 8. Service Movement Community Service
    • 9. Service Movement Service Learning Community Service
    • 10. Service Movement Community- Based Research Service Learning Community Service
    • 11. Service Movement Civic Engagement Community- Based Research Service Learning Community Service
    • 12. Growth in Field
    • 13. Growth in Field
    • 14. Growth in Field
    • 15. Growth in Field
    • 16. Growth in Field
    • 17. Growth in Field
    • 18. Growth in Field
    • 19. Growth in Field
    • 20. Growth in Field
    • 21. Growth in Field
    • 22. National Service Goes to Scale
    • 23. AmeriCorps 3x
    • 24. AmeriCorps 3x 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
    • 25. AmeriCorps 3x 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
    • 26. AmeriCorps 3x 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
    • 27. AmeriCorps 3x 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
    • 28. AmeriCorps 3x 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
    • 29. AmeriCorps 3x 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
    • 30. AmeriCorps 3x 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
    • 31. AmeriCorps 3x 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
    • 32. AmeriCorps 3x 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
    • 33. AmeriCorps 3x 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
    • 34. Other AmeriCorps Changes
    • 35. Other AmeriCorps Changes • Ties AmeriCorps Education Award to maximum Pell Grant (currently $5,350)
    • 36. Other AmeriCorps Changes • Ties AmeriCorps Education Award to maximum Pell Grant (currently $5,350) • Allows individuals to receive up to the value of two full-time education awards
    • 37. Other AmeriCorps Changes • Ties AmeriCorps Education Award to maximum Pell Grant (currently $5,350) • Allows individuals to receive up to the value of two full-time education awards • Summer Service Program or 6-12 graders:
    • 38. Other AmeriCorps Changes • Ties AmeriCorps Education Award to maximum Pell Grant (currently $5,350) • Allows individuals to receive up to the value of two full-time education awards • Summer Service Program or 6-12 graders: • Summer of Service Ed Awards ($500 for 100 hours; $750 for disadvantaged youth)
    • 39. Other Changes
    • 40. Other Changes ~ $12.5 M Learn & Serve Higher Ed Grants 25 “Campuses of Service” (nominated by $7 M State Commission) $50-100 M Social Innovations Fund ($1-10 M grants) $20 M Youth Engagement Zones 10 Year Longitundinal Study on Benefits/ Impact of Service Learning Programs
    • 41. Other Changes ~ $12.5 M Learn & Serve Higher Ed Grants 25 “Campuses of Service” (nominated by $7 M State Commission) $50-100 M Social Innovations Fund ($1-10 M grants) $20 M Youth Engagement Zones 10 Year Longitundinal Study on Benefits/ Impact of Service Learning Programs
    • 42. Other Changes ~ $12.5 M Learn & Serve Higher Ed Grants 25 “Campuses of Service” (nominated by $7 M State Commission) $50-100 M Social Innovations Fund ($1-10 M grants) $20 M Youth Engagement Zones 10 Year Longitundinal Study on Benefits/ Impact of Service Learning Programs
    • 43. Other Changes ~ $12.5 M Learn & Serve Higher Ed Grants 25 “Campuses of Service” (nominated by $7 M State Commission) $50-100 M Social Innovations Fund ($1-10 M grants) $20 M Youth Engagement Zones 10 Year Longitundinal Study on Benefits/ Impact of Service Learning Programs
    • 44. Other Changes ~ $12.5 M Learn & Serve Higher Ed Grants 25 “Campuses of Service” (nominated by $7 M State Commission) $50-100 M Social Innovations Fund ($1-10 M grants) $20 M Youth Engagement Zones 10 Year Longitundinal Study on Benefits/ Impact of Service Learning Programs
    • 45. Social Media
    • 46. Social Media Blogging
    • 47. Social Media Blogging Networking
    • 48. Social Media Blogging Networking Sharing
    • 49. Social Media Blogging Networking Sharing Collaborating
    • 50. Obama
    • 51. Obama
    • 52. Key Lessons • Young people will get involved in politics if given real responsibility • Social media mobilized participation • Vision for new relationship between citizens and their government
    • 53. MyBarackObama.com
    • 54. First Executive Order My Administration is committed to creating an unprecedented level of openness in Government. We will work together to ensure the public trust and establish a system of transparency, public participation, and collaboration.
    • 55. Tools for Transparency, Public Participation & Collaboration
    • 56. Challenges & Opportunities
    • 57. Challenges & Opportunities Service Movement
    • 58. Challenges & Opportunities Service Social Media Movement
    • 59. Challenges & Opportunities Service Social Media Movement Policy & Politics
    • 60. Frameworks
    • 61. Full Disclosure
    • 62. Full Disclosure Students
    • 63. Full Disclosure Community Students Partners
    • 64. Full Disclosure Community Students Partners Campus
    • 65. Full Disclosure Community Students Partners Campus
    • 66. Partnership Model
    • 67. Service Movement • Challenge: Diffused, disconnected, episodic or short-term • Opportunity: Create issue & placed-based partnerships that are comprehensive, integrated
    • 68. Community Partner Direct Action Capacity Building Convening CBR Policy News & Analysis Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% Occurring Need / Highly Need n = 43 groups
    • 69. Community- Campus Partnership
    • 70. Direct Service Community- Campus Partnership
    • 71. Direct Service Community- Campus Partnership Community- Based Research
    • 72. Direct Service Community- Campus Partnership Local PolicyOptions.org website Community- Based Research
    • 73. Direct Service Community- Campus Partnership Local PolicyOptions PolicyOptions.org Issue Briefs website Community- Based Research
    • 74. Direct Service Capacity Building Training & Strategic Planning Community- Campus Partnership Local PolicyOptions PolicyOptions.org Issue Briefs website Community- Based Research
    • 75. Direct Service Capacity Convening Building Issue Forums & Training & Strategic Working Groups Planning Community- Campus Partnership Local PolicyOptions PolicyOptions.org Issue Briefs website Community- Based Research
    • 76. Advocacy & Public Education Direct Service Capacity Convening Building Issue Forums & Training & Strategic Working Groups Planning Community- Campus Partnership Local PolicyOptions PolicyOptions.org Issue Briefs website Community- Based Research
    • 77. Advocacy & Public Education Direct Service Capacity Convening Building Issue Forums & Training & Strategic Working Groups Planning Community- Campus Partnership Local PolicyOptions PolicyOptions.org Issue Briefs website Community- Based Research
    • 78. Advocacy & Public Education Direct Service Capacity Convening Building Issue Forums & Training & Strategic Working Groups Planning Community- Campus Partnership Local PolicyOptions PolicyOptions.org Issue Briefs website Community- Based Research
    • 79. Advocacy & Public Education Direct Service Capacity Convening Building Issue Forums & Training & Strategic Working Groups Planning Community- Campus Partnership Local PolicyOptions PolicyOptions.org Issue Briefs website Community- Based Research
    • 80. Advocacy & Public Education Direct Service Capacity Convening Building Issue Forums & Training & Strategic Working Groups Planning Community- Campus Partnership Local PolicyOptions Research PolicyOptions.org Issue Briefs website Community- Based Research
    • 81. Advocacy & Public Education Direct Service Action Capacity Convening Building Issue Forums & Training & Strategic Working Groups Planning Community- Campus Partnership Local PolicyOptions Research PolicyOptions.org Issue Briefs website Community- Based Research
    • 82. Advocacy & Public Education Direct Service Action Capacity Convening Building Issue Forums & Training & Strategic Working Groups Planning Community- Campus Partnership Local PolicyOptions Research PolicyOptions.org Issue Briefs website Community- Based Research
    • 83. National & Campus Wikis
    • 84. Policy & Politics: What kind of citizen? footnote:
    • 85. Policy & Politics: What kind of citizen? Charity Participatory Social Justice Serve in soup Organize food Change public kitchen drive policies footnote:
    • 86. Policy & Politics: What kind of citizen? Charity Participatory Social Justice Serve in soup Organize food Change public kitchen drive policies footnote:
    • 87. Policy & Politics: What kind of citizen? Charity Participatory Social Justice Serve in soup Organize food Change public kitchen drive policies footnote:
    • 88. Public Policy CBR • PolicyOptions Issue Briefs - What is the nature & extent of the problem? - What’s been tried in the past to address it? - What’s being done now? - What are the distinctly different approaches to addressing this issue?
    • 89. National & Local Networking
    • 90. Policy Information Hub • PolicyOptions.org - local policy news & information website - national network of campus bureaus
    • 91. One More Thing....
    • 92. MyGovernment.org Our Goal Our Approach Informing debate and decision- making by leveraging citizen quot;Wikipedia for policy optionsquot; expertise Citizen participation in policy quot;WhiteHouse.gov for every making process by engaging elected leader” elected leaders Effective change campaigns quot;My.BarackObama.com for through community organizing  every change campaignquot;
    • 93. Jim Shue — South Orange, NJ

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