Campus Compact is a national coalition of nearly 1,200 college and university presidents - representing some 6 million students - dedicated to promoting community service, civic engagement, and service-learning in higher education.
Learn and Serve
Learn and Serve America supports service-learning in schools, higher education institutions and community organizations across the country through grants, training and technical assistance, research and program models, and recognition of outstanding youth service.
Grants: Learn and Serve America grants are available to schools and organizations to assist in the planning and implementation of service-learning programs that engage students in community service.
Training and Technical Assistance: Learn and Serve America provides a host of useful resources to assist with making the service-learning programs or research on service-learning a success.
Research and Program Models: Learn and Serve America collects and disseminates research, effective practices, curricula and program models to help participants develop effective service-learning projects.
- The National Service-Learning Clearinghouse
- K-12 Project Directory
- Higher Education Project Directory
Recognition Programs: Learn and Serve America recognizes outstanding youth service and helps raise awareness about service-learning programs throughout the nation through a number of recognition programs, including the following:
Faculty Toolkit for Service - Learning in Higher Education:
The Massachusetts Service Alliance (MSA): MSA promotes and supports service and volunteerism by investing public and private resources in community-based organizations that rely upon volunteers and people engaged in service to meet their community's needs.