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Members began the day with a training on restorative practices. This training shared ways to minimize harm and move forward from harmful situations. Members discussed being open minded to others’ truths, learning from others’ experiences, communicating in tough situations, and assuming positive intent while recognizing unintended impact. Restorative practices led into the first Service Speaks … Read more

Service Speaks: Centering Your Americorps Experience

Great Stories From OCC’s Americorps Student Resource Center – Service Speaks

About Kalena: Kalena is a senior at Kent State University, majoring in Political Science. She also has minors in Nonprofit Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies, and Psychology. After receiving her bachelor’s, she plans on continuing her education at Kent State by pursuing her master’s in public administration. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out … Read more

Great Stories From OCC’s AmeriCorps Student Resource Center – OCC AmeriCorps Members Reflect on ServeOhio Conference

Ohio Campus Compact provides training and professional development opportunities to our AmeriCorps members. Eight members representing five campuses attended ServeOhio’s Conference on Service and Volunteerism earlier this month. Below is a reflection from our AmeriCorps members serving at the University of Mount Union. Written by University of Mt. Union’s AmeriCorps SRC members: Reflection by Jacob … Read more

Teaching Public Scholarship: Lessons from Two Practitioner-Scholars Webinar Recording

Sponsored by NC Campus Engagement and Ohio Campus Compact Public teaching and scholarship bridges the academy and the community. This type of teaching and scholarship can involve pedagogies such as service-learning or community-based participatory research or include a scholar writing and speaking out about important public issues in ways that are accessible and impactful. During … Read more

Break Away Training Break Away Chapter schools are a committed and collaborative network of community engagement programs across the country. While Break Away doesn’t plan engagement experiences or make programmatic decisions for our Chapters, we support members’ planning through our Site Bank, a searchable database of over 100 community organizations; Housing Bank, similar to the Site Bank … Read more

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