|Submission Date||Oct. 13, 2015|
Assistant Director, Center for Public Service
The Center for Public Service Community Advisory Board is comprised of veteran community partners who supervise Service Learning students and Public Service interns. The Community Advisory Board is charged with bringing community voice to the Center’s programming and meets three times per academic year. The Board gave input on CPS’s strategic plan.
Community stakeholders enter into a legal Experiential Education Agreement with Tulane which lays out their roles and responsibilities when supervising Service Learning and Internship students. Community stakeholders enter into a Memorandum of Understanding when working with students through non-academically based partnerships.
The Center for Public Service Community Advisory Board is comprised of veteran community partners who lead organizations that represent and serve vulnerable and underrepresented groups. The Community Advisory Board is charged with bringing community voice to the Center’s programming and meets three times per academic year. The Board gave input on CPS’ strategic plan.
Task for Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion-Maureen Lichveld and Deborah Love http://tulane.edu/equity/upload/DIE_Report_2013-2023.pdf
Office of Institutional Equity http://tulane.edu/equity/index.cfm
Student organizations, link to intercultural life, gender and sexual studies see the "o" http://tulane.edu/studentaffairs/intercultural/index.cfm
Community Engagement Advocates https://tulane.edu/cps/students/psf/cea.cfm A group of student leaders trained to facilitate diversity and inclusion dialogues with service-learning courses or community service student organizations.
CPS maintains partnerships with nearly 500 community-based organizations including schools, nonprofits, hospitals, governmental agencies, neighborhood associations, and businesses. These partnerships play a great role in defining the activities of Tulane students and faculty. Community partners range from brand new start-ups to mainstay institutions that have served the New Orleans community for decades. Feel free to browse CPS On-line to learn about our partners through their agency profiles here: http://tulane.edu/cps/partnerfilter.cfm
Community Advisory Board members helped shape the Center's Strategic Plan.
CPS staff , AmeriCorps VISTA members, and eight community partners engaged in the Super Service Challenge, including a day of service, & the production of eight 2 minute information videos. Agencies received a total of $19,000 in monetary awards.
• Grow Dat! Youth Farm --- Outstanding Service-Learning Community Partner – 2013 Gulf South Summit
• Kids RETHINK New Orleans Public Schools – Most Outstanding Youth Group – 2012 Neighborhood Partnership Network Trumpet Award
• Youth Rebuilding New Orleans – Best Recovery Resource - 2012 Neighborhood Partnership Network Trumpet Award
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