Artistic and Scholarly Sessions: Good, Better, Best: How ARC, State Farm, and Local Non-Profits Empower Students to “Get Stuﬀ Done” in the Community Partnership Program
April 2, 2016; 9:30–10 am
The Action Research Center and State Farm have partnered with non-profts for the past 10 years to provide a unique and innovative dual internship experience for Illinois Wesleyan students. The Community Partnership Program (CPP) puts students at the intersection of corporations, non-profts, and the community, leading to innovative community development.
Presenters: Bevin Cowie ’10, Action Research Center Coordinator
Adam Garcia ’16, CPP 2015 Intern and State Farm Employee
Student Respondents: Brianna Piro ’17, psychology & sociology double major
Tia Patsavas ’16, English-writing major
The presentation slides are available for viewing below and may be downloaded above. The students' responses will be linked here when possible. A video of the presentation is available at https://youtu.be/ZRuSUUKImUE?list=PLiP9aNdnuG5V6X5QHlYT_Tzp1VdFioLfq
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Higher Education | Urban Studies and Planning
Cowie, Class of 2010, Bevin; Garcia, Class of 2016, Adam; Piro, Class of 2017, Brianna; and Patsavas, Class of 2016, Tia, "Artistic and Scholarly Sessions: Good, Better, Best: How ARC, State Farm, and Local Non-Profits Empower Students to “Get Stuﬀ Done” in the Community Partnership Program" (2016). Inauguration of Eric R. Jensen. 13.