Civic Engagement Hall of Fame Nominations Are Being Accepted
Nominate a peer, professor, classmate, alum, or colleague who exemplifies civic engagement for possible induction into the 2013 class of the Civic Engagement Hall of Fame. Self-nominations are also welcome. Civic engagement includes, and is not limited to, service-learning, co-curricular volunteerism and community service. Please be sure to elaborate on your nominee’s service activities. Nominations are due by Monday, February 11, 2013. Click here for a nomination form.
Save the Date: Civic Engagement Hall of Fame and Celebration of Service – April 5, 2013
Mark your calendars for Friday, April 5, 2013 for our third annual Civic Engagement Hall of Fame induction ceremony and Celebration of Service. Information on the poster session will be available soon. Keep your eyes posted for the email blast and updates to this webpage for additional information.
At her inauguration, President Meservey charged the university to build on its legacy of service to the North Shore and beyond by establishing a center for civic engagement. She stated, "It is our duty to ensure that students understand the importance of community involvement, and that they are well versed in the privileges and responsibilities that come with citizenship in a democratic republic."
At Salem State, civic engagement is defined as actions designed to strengthen the greater community by identifying and addressing issues of public interest. The Center for Civic Engagement supports the university's service learning and community service initiatives. The center acts as a liaison to surrounding non-profit and community agencies, and as a resource and training center for students, faculty, staff, and alumni. For more information regarding the Center for Civic Engagement, contact Adria Leach, external affairs associate, at email@example.com or 978.542.7757.
Click here to view Salem State's commitment to service.