This event offers something for community and university partners, alike!

During the first part of the workshop, participants will learn about new funding opportunities available from the Office of Community Engagement and Partnerships. Attendees will also learn about the many ways of partnering, and how to evolve networking into partnering. The second part of the event is dedicated to bringing together faculty and community members who are interested in forming partnerships for developing community-engaged research and service-learning courses.

University-Community Meet-Up
University-Community Meet-Up

Service-learning is a form of experiential learning that integrates meaningful community service with instruction and reflection to enrich the learning experience, teach civic responsibility, and strengthen communities.

Community-engaged research consists of scholarly and teaching activities that are designed jointly, carried out in collaboration and with potential benefit for groups and organizations in local, regional, national, and global communities related to the university.


When?            Wednesday, October 29th from noon to 4pm with a mixer at the Bricks following the event

Where?           Children’s Board, 1002 East Palm Avenue, Tampa, FL 33605

Hosted by?     Office of Community Engagement and Partnerships, USF

To RSVP       Click here

For more information, contact: Jennifer Webb, Director of Community Engagement and Partnerships,

Creating Partnerships: University-Community Match-Up

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  • August 5, 2014 at 10:27 pm

    Is this event for community agencies in Hillsborough County? I am a faculty member in the College of Nursing and full-time employee of Florida Department of Health-Pinellas. I am interested in adolescent health and want to know if this seminar would be worthwhile.


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