Washington Campus Compact Bi-Annual Report 2008-2010
The Bi-Annual Report covers Washington Campus Compact programs and activities during Fiscal Years 2009 and 2010. Highlights include reports on the scope of community issues addressed through Washington Campus Compact programs as well as testimonials from program participants.
Mentor Training Modules
Washington Campus Compact—in partnership with College Spark Washington—has developed a set of training modules to prepare college student mentors and AmeriCorps members who coordinate campus-based mentoring programs as part of the AmeriCorps Retention Project to succeed in their roles. Over 85% of all college volunteers and AmeriCorps members who participated in the program during the 2009 grant cycle reported an improved ability to mentor others.
Assessment Data Summaries
Washington Campus Compact (WACC) oversees ongoing initiatives to explore how, under what circumstances, and to what extent service-learning and volunteerism – facilitated by WACC programming – improves lives, strengthens communities, and fosters civic engagement. We use the resulting data to track progress toward program objectives, improve program offerings, and celebrate successes. Please click on the links below to view the full reports. If you have any questions, please contact Luke Shipstad at email@example.com.
2009 Washington Campus Compact Service Statistics