Journal for Civic Commitment
Service learning -- United States, College students -- Political involvement, Service Learning for Political Engagement Faculty Fellows Program
California Campus Compact (CACC) and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching first conceived the Service Learning for Political Engagement Faculty Fellows Program in the autumn of 2006. The idea was to bring together a diverse group of faculty, eventually 23, from across California representing disciplines from engineering and English to agriculture and Asian American studies, from small and large colleges, as well as public, private, and faith-based institutions. These faculty, starting in the summer of 2007, would participate in a two-year effort to define political engagement, explore what their definitions meant for planning service learning projects, and assess their students’ learning with an eye towards implications for refining instruction geared towards greater political engagement.
Donahue, D., & Cress, C.M. (2010). A Community of Scholars Educating for Political Engagement. Journal for Civic Commitment, XIV (1), 1-10.