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Imagine a group of passionate educators dedicated to inspiring young people and enriching their communities. A community of Colorado and Wyoming’s most vibrant educational leaders committed to lively exchanges and the sharing of resources and ideas. These are Campus Compact of the Mountain West members, and through that membership, they’ve seen incredible results. In the last year alone, our members helped enable and inspire their students to dedicate more than 1.1 million service hours to their communities.

Want to be part of this incredible group? Then it’s time to stand up and be counted by becoming a member today.

Campus Compact of the Mountain West is a coalition of 22 college and university presidents from private, public, two- and four-year higher education institutions across Colorado and Wyoming. CCMW members are passionate promoters of the principles of service learning and community engagement. They choose to actively address issues of civic concern by:

  • Promoting volunteerism
  • Supporting initiatives that promote collaboration and community partnerships
  • Encouraging the participation of students, faculty, staff and alumni in projects and activities that promote service and civic engagement

 

Through the support and programming provided by CCMW, our members know what it takes to make service learning and community engagement work. Membership offers an opportunity for collaboration and information sharing with inspired educational leaders across the state. To find out more about the benefits of membership contact Stephanie Schooley, Executive Director, at stephanie@ccmountainwest.org.

 

 

SPOTLIGHT ON ENGAGEMENT

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