12:00pm - 1:30pm

Join the CCE from noon-1:30 p.m. Friday, April 17, via Zoom, to discuss strategies for revising existing courses and creating new courses for online delivery and methods for integrating virtual community learning. As the transition to online learning has taken place, so has the development of experiential learning pedagogies that establish opportunities for online community-engaged learning (E-Service Learning). There are few distinctions between setting student learning goals and outcomes in an online compared to a face-to-face context. Thus, even in online teaching environments, students can actively be involved in virtual community-based learning and research experiences. In addition, guidance for designating community-based learning courses through the Banner registration system and a review of CCE Faculty Academic Support Initiatives (e.g., Fellows Program and Teaching Grants) will be discussed.

Register online by Thursday, April 16. You will need to log into BMail. A reminder email with the Zoom link will be sent to attendees prior to the start time.

11:00am - 3:00pm
Old Union Hall and Mandela Room
Interested in community service, local internships, community-based research opportunities and FREE T-shirts? You'll find all of that and more at the 11th Annual Community Opportunities Fair!Binghamton University's Center for Civic Engagement is gathering 80+ local nonprofit and community organizations, international organizations, student groups and faculty members in one place to provide students with networking, collaboration and community engagement opportunities in all facets of community life. Explore volunteer opportunities, CDCI internship sites in the local community, academic courses with community components and more! This is also your first chance to get the ever-popular and always FREE 2020 CCE t-shirt, so don't miss it!