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Faculty opportunities at the Centre for Community Partnerships

The Centre for Community Partnerships (CCP) builds community, enhances capacity and stewards partnerships for curricular and co-curricular community-engaged learning and research (CEL/R) initiatives at the University of Toronto.

We do so by:

  • supporting instructors across all campuses and disciplines as they develop CEL/R courses and scholarship
  • stewarding partnerships for grassroots, non-profit and public organizations who want to partner on CEL/R opportunities
  • expanding and increasing access to resources that enable faculty and staff to offer high-quality community-engaged learning and research opportunities
  • expanding opportunities and building student capacity for participating in community-engaged learning and research

At the CCP, we understand CEL to be distinguished according to four key characteristics. CEL is:

  • enabled through partnerships with communities or grassroots, non-profit or public organizations
  • responsive to community-defined priorities
  • rooted in reciprocity, where community partners and students all benefit from the engagement
  • asks students to undertake reflection to connect community engagement to defined learning objectives

Learn more about the CCP Mission and Approach to CEL (PDF).

Programs, workshops and events

Services and resources

 

The CCP’s activities are informed by a Faculty Advisory Committee (FAC) of 12-14 faculty members who serve two-year terms (three years if co-chairing). FAC members offer the CCP feedback on faculty-facing programs, timely reports on issues in CEL and strategic advice on CCP initiatives. The FAC is complimented by the CCP’s Student Advisory Committee and Community Partner Advisory Committee.