Whether you're just beginning to craft an ENGAGE at CCA proposal, or in need of a mid-course refresher, please review the Expectations and Procedures below.
Undertaking a project-based community engagement partnership inherently requires communication and engagement with your partner(s), and are addressed at greater length in the Course Planning and Faculty Mentorship sections.
• Capturing your ENGAGE course - through photographs, video, or text - makes it possible to share key moments in the development of both student/partner relationships and the project itself. These moments are of particular value to funders, interested students and CCA's educational and creative peers.
• The Center has created a private Picasa site for uploading media content. Instructions for using the site, as well as technical standards for all media types can be found in the ENGAGE at CCA Documentation Guidelines (pdf).To confirm consent from project participants, we ask that you obtain signed Media Releases from your students and partner staff/community members.
Faculty Surveys and ENGAGE Community Events
• Once your project has wrapped, you will receive an email with a link to the ENGAGE at CCA Faculty Survey. Your participation in the survey is invaluable, and allows us to succinctly capture and act upon your feedback in evolving the program.
• In addition to the survey's more formal feedback, we hope you will continue to be an active member of the ENGAGE at CCA community by participating in ENGAGE discussions, workshops and presentations. Notices about these opportunities will be posted on the Center for Art and Public Life Events Page and announced via email to all current/past ENGAGE Faculty.
Questions about Expectations and Procedures? Email ENGAGE