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Programs & Services

Programs & Services

Programs & Services

Faculty & Staff Development

Campus Compact of the Mountain West provides ladders of opportunity for faculty and staff to learn more about engaged pedagogies, to share promising practices among colleagues, to highlight local expertise to national audiences, and to be recognized for outstanding leadership and innovation in the field.

Continuums of Service Conference
Engaged Campus Intitiative
Engaged Campus Training Grants
Engaged Consulting Corps
Engaged Faculty Institutes


Student Leadership & Service

Campus Compact of the Mountain West supports students as they gain the knowledge, skills, and self awareness to make a difference in their community. Whether through academic service learning, co-curricular experiences, volunteerism, or national service|learning, CCMW provides programming that challenges students to connect their academic career to community strengths and challenges in meaningful ways.

Campus Vote
Careers in the Common Good Scholarships
Compact Service Corps AmeriCorps Program
Service in Action Scholarship
Training Ground Grants

Community Partnerships & Collaboration

Campus Compact of the Mountain West values partnership and collaboration as the most effective ways of making a positive impact for students and for communities across the region. 

Colorado Community College System Office
Colorado Service Learning Council
Colorado Veterans in Higher Education
Metro Volunteers
National Youth Leadership Council
Points of Light
Rocky Mountain Human Services
United Veterans Committee of Colorado


Campus Leadership & Engagement

Campus Compact of the Mountain West relies upon the expertise and support of campus leadership to effectively implement and support programming at member colleges and universities. One of the greatest strengths of CCMW is the dedication of it's campus-based and organizational leadership to move the engagement agenda forward.

Advisory Committee
Campus Compact Presidents Leadership Summit
Board of Directors


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