An approved training opportunity is a specific learning program (e.g., course, seminar series, workshop, etc.), offered by a third party provider, designed to help individuals improve or enhance their professional knowledge, skills, and effectiveness. Training opportunities listed here are reviewed by our Content Advisory Board which looks closely at the content and quality of the experience and identifies which key competencies in a micro-credential area are addressed. Approved trainings are those we believe will help CEPs advance their understanding or improve their practice in one or more core competency areas.
Current training opportunities (updated August 2019)
Community Engagement Fundamentals:
- Online graduate course:
- CME 6025G Community Engagement in Higher Education, instructed by Dan Sarofian-Butin, PhD.(Online; asynchronous; offered through Merrimack College). Sept. 3 – December 20, 2019. This course examines the contemporary community engagement movement – e.g., service-learning, civic and community engagement, community-based research – in higher education. It explores key programmatic issues such as course development, student outcomes, and community partnerships as well as core theoretical questions. The courses will focus on the limits and possibilities of community engagement in higher education through multiple frames of reference: technical, cultural, political, and conceptual (4 credits). Register at merrimack.edu/ceonline. For more information, contact Alexandra Harrigan at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit merrimack.edu/communityengagement.
- Currently N/A
Trainings will be added on a rolling basis. Please check back soon for additional opportunities.