Western Kentucky University

ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships

The $100 Solution Faculty and Staff Training takes place September 5th at the ALIVE Center. Register online. Project Affect campus and community engagement fair will take place on September 17th. Big Red's Blitz takes place August 21tst at WKUThe $100 Solutions discussing reciprocity$100 Solution student group creates a reading programcommunity members talk about aging issues at the Campus & Community Network meetingBonner Leadership Scholar program  photo of students

Countless groups of students partner with community groups to address needs through The $100 Solution projects each semester.

Campus and community also meet annually to talk about pressing issues in the area and how they can work together in groups through the Campus & Community Network.

 

The $100 Solution Faculty/Staff Training

 

The WKU ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships cordially invites faculty and staff to The $100 Solution™ fall training. This training is for faculty and staff interested in utilizing The $100 Solution™ service-learning model in their courses or with student organizations. Nearly 200 students participate in courses at WKU each year that utilize The $100 Solution™ as a service-learning tool. Students apply their course concepts in real-world settings by partnering with the community to solve a problem or address need.

The $100 Solution™ Faculty and Staff training will take place on Friday, September 5, 2014 at the ALIVE Center from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. This training will allow interested individuals to become certified faculty and staff in The $100 Solution™ program. The $100 Solution™ is a popular and effective service-learning tool at WKU, and it is a leading model utilized around the world. Register by September 1st online. 

If you have any questions about the training, please contact Lauren Cunningham at lauren.cunningham@wku.edu.

 

Learn more and R.S.V.P. online!

 

Project Affect

September 17, 2014
WKU Centennial Mall


The WKU ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships and the WKU Student Activities' Leadership & Volunteerism sponsor an awareness event called Project Affect. Project Affect is a campus and community engagement fair that offers information on how to get involved through service, as well as engages visitors in hands-on activities reflective of different causes. Approximately 500 students participated last year. We look forward to an even greater turnout this year.

Learn more and register your group!

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