Center for Community Partnerships
Center for Community Partnerships

The idea behind the Center for Community Partnerships [CCP] is simple: we've centralized the different offices which work on university-community initiatives in one place so it's easier for everyone to access our resources. Combining the assets of the Service-Learning Center, the Office of Community Service and Volunteerism, the Office of Community Relations, the Green Street Arts Center/PIMMS and the Center for Prison Education, the CCP seeks to serve the development of both the individual and the community, guided by principles of mutual respect and shared responsibility.

Center for Community Partnerships Celebrates 10 Years: Wesleyan Connection article on the Center for Community Partnerships' Tenth Anniversary


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Can American Government Be Fixed?: A Discussion with Philip K. Howard
Has the American government been paralyzed by obsolete law? Philip K. Howard, author of The Death of Common Sense and The Rule of Nobody (and a periodic guest on The Daily Show), argues that we must clean out old laws and programs in order to meet today’s challenges. Howard will visit Wesleyan on Wednesday, February 4 to discuss […]

Allbritton Talks: Unpaid Internships
Are unpaid internships exploitative, or is free labor a fair trade for a learning experience? Why do businesses and organizations hire unpaid interns, and should students accept these positions? Who wins and loses in a society where unpaid internships are permitted? We will consider these questions and more over pizza on Friday, January 30 at […]

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