Become a Partner
Request for Partnerships (RFP)
We are excited to release the new and improved Service-Learning (S-L) Spring 2014 Request for Partnerships (RFP). In the spirit of collaboration, we consulted with several of our community partners to make this process easier and more effective for all.
- PURPOSE: The purpose of the RFP process is to identify the needs of our community partners so that we can best connect them with an academic course/faculty member who can collaboratively meet the partner’s needs through their own and/or their students’ engagement with the partner. This semester community-based organizations will apply to the Service-Learning program, not a specific course.
- APPLICATION PROCESS: Applications can be submitted online through the link found in the attached RFP. Through the online application you will not be able to save your work and come back to it later. Therefore, we’ve created a Preparation Worksheet to guide you so you can copy/paste into the text boxes online (you cannot enter responses directly into the worksheet).
- DUE DATE: WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SPRING 2014.
- OPTIONAL: We will be hosting two optional RFP consultation sessions for organizations that would like to brainstorm ideas and possibilities with an S-L staff member. More information can be found in the RFP.
Please share the RFP with your colleagues and networks!
If your needs don't fit within our timeline, all is not lost. We'd love to hear more about our community partners' needs. Click here to share!
Community-Based Action Research
There are opportunities to partner with classes with a research focus in order to begin or complete a research interest of you organizations. Please contact email@example.com with the name of faculty members with similar research interest you would like for us to assist you in pursuing a partnership with.
Faculty Search Instructions
To search for faculty research interests based on their keywords, select a keyword from the drop-down menu. Click “Submit” and this will bring up a list of faculty associated with that keyword.”