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To be successful in this position, candidates will have experience in some or all of the following: community development, experiential learning, community-based research, participatory action research, community service-learning and consulting. Experience teaching, tutoring or similar education-related experience would be considered an asset, as would an interest in lifelong learning. Familiarity with communities in the City and County of Peterborough and with nearby south-central Ontario communities are a definite asset. Knowledge of the academic and administrative contexts of Trent University and area community colleges is desirable.
For a full job description, visit the TCCBE website at: http://bit.ly/14Ge0OH
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Tenure track Assistant Professor position in Community Engaged Scholarship at University of Guelph- Deadline January 2, 2013
University of Guelph has a very exciting new position for which we are currently recruiting. We are in the process of developing a Certificate in Community Engagement and Global Citizenship, which will be housed in the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences where students will take a foundations and capstone course, along with three other courses from existing offerings that focus on community engagement and politics, diversity and power, and world issues. In addition, students will develop a road map of practical civic engagement that builds their capacity as global citizens through 120 engagement hours which can be logged
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The Trent Centre for Community Based Education (TCCBE) is seeking a Projects Coordinator (28hrs/week). Facilitating multi-stakeholder projects with the TCCBE requires a strong degree of community development and post-secondary academic-related expertise, energy and commitment.
To be successful, candidates will normally have a background in the following: community development, experiential learning, applied research, community-based research and community service-learning. Experience teaching, tutoring or similar education-related experience would be considered an asset, as would an interest in lifelong learning. Familiarity with communities in the City and County of Peterborough and with nearby south-central Ontario communities are a definite asset. Knowledge
The University of Western Ontario has created a new 12 month tempory contract position for a Community Engagment Coordinator.
The Community Engagement Coordinator will facilitate the development of co-curricular (not for credit) community service learning (CSL) programs for Western’s undergraduate and graduate population.
Closing date: October 23. For more information or to apply: https://recruit.uwo.ca/psp/hrprdwebER/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_HM_PRE&Action=A&SiteId=1
Located at Tufts University, the Coordinator is the central full-time employee of the Talloires Network, a growing global alliance of over 220 universities in 60 countries committed to moving beyond the ivory tower (www.tufts.edu/talloiresnetwork).
Network programs include web-based exchange of best practices, seed
grants and capacity-building with member institutions, an annual prize
competition, partnerships with regional networks, and research and
Responsibilities: Coordinate implementation of the Network’s work plan. Oversee outreach to current and prospective members, partnership development, project design and management, research and communications. Support and integrate the work of other secretariat staff and also of
The Canadian Alliance for Community Service-Learning, Centre for Community- Based Research, Office of Community -Based Research, and Campus Community Partnerships for Health partnered to ensure the continuance of CUExpo by establishing a mechanism for selecting the next CUExpo host.
We are seeking an organization or alliance, with experience with community-campus partnerships and a passion for social innovation to host an exciting, international conference requiring an entrepreneurial spirit and a commitment to collaboration.
Community organizations and educational institutions including colleges and other post secondary institutions —singly or in partnership—are encouraged to submit proposals.
For more information see the CUExpo 2011 website