The Community Partnership Project is a project-based experiential learning program connecting Carleton students with community organizations (charities, non-profits, and social service organizations) in Canada. Following four months (October 2021 to January 2022) of self-paced modules on community-engaged learning and project management, students will spend their winter reading week (February 22-25, 2022) remotely supporting community organizations with the research, planning, and execution of community-identified projects such as developing social media strategies, creating volunteer coordination strategies, and working on community-based research on social-justice. Spaces are limited and applications are due by Friday, September 24, 2021.
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