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What Faculty, Staff and Administrators Say

“Membership in California Campus Compact has provided me with opportunities to learn from colleagues through institutes, trainings and colloquiums, and has provided UC Berkeley with financial support through faculty development grants and their Students in Service AmeriCorps program to expand our programs.”

Megan Voorhees
Director, Cal Corps Public Service Center
University of California, Berkeley


”California Campus Compact has been an invaluable resource for us. Our partners at California Campus Compact provide knowledge and encouragement and also connect us to financial resources to support our engagement activities on campus. They are an essential partner in our work.”

Kristen Day
Director of Engagement and Professor, Planning, Policy & Design
University of California, Irvine


“California Campus Compact provides a wide array of resources to its member campuses: grants, awards, publications and technical assistance. But its greatest contribution is in providing an entire map of professional development opportunities that meet diverse needs and bring folks together from different campuses. Newcomers can quickly learn the main routes while seasoned veterans are able to explore uncharted territory. In this way, California Campus Compact lives the notion of a “compact” – it builds relationships between campuses and individuals who are interested in ensuring that our institutions are contributing to the development of a healthy, just and democratic society.”

Thomas Schnaubelt
Executive Director
Assistant Vice Provost for Student Affairs
Haas Center for Public Service
Stanford University


“California Campus Compact has been a wonderful resource for MiraCosta College. They have been instrumental in helping us develop our service-learning program and have been a constant source of support. We have greatly benefited from the funding opportunities, professional development offerings and the assortment of literature provided. The staff is composed of caring and knowledgeable individuals who are committed to helping member institutions be successful in their service-learning endeavors.”

Carol Wilkinson
Service-Learning Coordinator
MiraCosta College


“Access to California Campus Compact’s resources, including conferences and publications, has helped us guide our center’s development and the development of faculty members’ understanding of service-learning best practices. The California Campus Compact Executive Director’s occasional campus visits have provided the opportunity for conversations with the president and other executive leadership, raising their awareness of service-learning and civic engagement on campus while the Students in Service AmeriCorps program has allowed us to provide greater support to students in our Domestic Violence Court program, increasing the program’s capacity. Those are only a few examples of why membership in California Campus Compact is so valuable to us.”

Carina Sass
Associate Director, Center for Community Engagement
California State University, Long Beach


“My campus’s membership in California Campus Compact has provided me with many, many useful resources and has given me the opportunity to be hooked into the larger service-learning community. California Campus Compact has provided me with the skills and strength to do this job and continue to be excited and engaged.”

Julia van der Ryn
Director of Service-Learning
Dominican University of California


“Through our partnership with California Campus Compact, we have received grants that have been instrumental in faculty development and the creation of new service-learning courses on campus. California Campus Compact also has provided us with a tremendous opportunity to network with colleagues around the state and to share ideas. In the Bay Area, a group of us have regularly scheduled gatherings with colleagues to discuss ideas and share resources. California Campus Compact really helped facilitate these gatherings as well all met one another through the Compact network.”

Marshall Welch
Director, Catholic Institute for Lasallian Social Action
Saint Mary’s College of California


“California Campus Compact has been a critical resource to us over the years. As California Campus Compact has grown, it has inspired our work in the field of service-learning and civic engagement to grow. The Compact has been a huge connection point for us throughout our region and throughout the state.”

Chris Nayve
Associate Director
Center for Community Service Learning
University of San Diego


What Presidents Say

“California Campus Compact has provided invaluable support for service-learning and civic engagement at the University of San Diego and has played a crucial role in helping us build an engaged campus. We are deeply grateful for the extraordinary job that California Campus Compact continues to do in sustaining the momentum for civic engagement within higher education throughout California.”

Mary E. Lyons
President
University of San Diego


“A key focus at De Anza College is the preparation of students to be active, involved citizens committed to transforming their communities. California Campus Compact has been instrumental in helping us achieve our vision to implement civic engagement in our curriculum and empower students to be agents of change in the social, economic and political realities of their lives, their communities and beyond.”

Brian Murphy
President
De Anza College


“Since its founding more than 20 years ago, California Campus Compact has been a remarkable catalyst and resource in helping build engaged campuses throughout California. California Campus Compact’s support of Cal Poly-Pomona’s service-learning and civic engagement initiatives has been extremely valuable to us.”

J. Michael Ortiz
President
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona


“There is no more important organization in California than California Campus Compact when it comes to inspiring, encouraging and supporting higher education’s public service role in California. California Campus Compact has played a key role in helping the University of San Francisco expand and highlight our service-learning and civic engagement work.”

Stephen A. Privett, S.J.
President
University of San Francisco


“California Campus Compact is an extraordinary force for inspiring higher education institutions across California to make civic engagement an integral part of campus life. California Campus Compact’s support and network of resources has played a key role in our ability to enrich the breadth and scope of the civic and community engagement opportunities we offer students in their educational programs and experiences.”

Richard R. Rush
President
California State University, Channel Islands