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CCPH Member Opportunities for Involvement


There are many opportunities for member involvement in CCPH. See below for a list of current opportunities. If you have questions, ideas or suggestions, please contact CCPH's membership coordinator.


Opportunity Description For More Information
Annual Award The CCPH Annual Award recognizes exemplary principle-centered partnerships between communities and higher educational institutions that others can aspire to. We encourage nominations by CCPH members. Please contact CCPH.
Board of Directors CCPH board members govern the organization for up to two consecutive 3-year terms. CCPH periodically announces an open application process for new board members. For more information, please contact CCPH.
Call for Proposals
Widely disseminate your work by presenting at the CCPH Conference! Session and poster presentations are primarily drawn from proposals submitted in response to the conference Call for Proposals. We also encourage member-initiated peer and interest group sessions. For more information, contact CCPH.
Conference Planning Committee If you are interested in shaping a CCPH Conference, consider serving on the conference planning committee. Committee members help select the conference theme, review session and poster proposals, and identify cosponsors and exhibitors. For more information, contact CCPH.
Consultancy Network CCPH Consultancy Network consultants are available to share their expertise in content areas pertinent to community-campus partnerships. If you are interested in either being a consultant or finding a consultant, please first review the CCPH Consultancy Network webpage. For more information, contact CCPH.
Featured Member The CCPH Featured Member on our homepage highlights a person, organization or partnership that is advancing the mission of CCPH in their work. We welcome nominations of members to feature, including self-nominations! For more information, contact CCPH at
Listservs CCPH-sponsored listservs (electronic discussion groups) provide opportunities for members to share questions, ideas and resources. For descriptions and subscription information, click here. For more information, contact CCPH.
Member Interest Groups Member Interest Groups (MIGs) are designed to mobilize CCPH members for collaborative problem-solving and collective action around priority topics of shared interest. Each MIG has a listserv to facilitate communication among its members. These listservs are moderated by one or more CCPH members who volunteer to serve in this role. For MIG descriptions and information on joining, click here. For more information, contact CCPH.
Online Resources The CCPH Resource Webpages contains a growing collection of resource materials on topics such as service-learning, community-based participatory research, community-campus partnerships and community-engaged scholarship. Help expand the collection by submitting your materials! Please be sure to include any pertinent copyright, authorship and institutional information. Submit materials to CCPH.
Summer Service-Learning Institute The institute is an intensive learning experience for both novice and experienced service-learning practitioners. If you are interested in being an institute mentor or participant, please first review the Institute website . For more information, contact CCPH senior consultant Rachel Vaughn.



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