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Due to COVID-19, our 2020 CCRS New Student Orientation went virutal
The Delaware Model The Center for Community Research & Service (CCRS) employs an experiential learning model which joins theory with practice, resulting in an experience that demonstrates practical applications of classroom lessons. This model empowers students, faculty, and professionals to work closely together on project teams to address real-world problems and policy issues affecting Delaware communities. These experiences provide students with tangible knowledge and skills that enhance classroom learning and bring cutting edge practices, research, training, and solutions to government organizations, nonprofit agencies, and community groups. CCRS hosts:
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Public Ally Apprenticeships Public Allies are provided with the opportunity to gain “real world" experiences in a supportive learning environment over 10 months, developing leadership skills while building organizational capacity within a nonprofit or public agency. Allies create, improve, and expand services with measurable results.
Nonprofit Management for Early Career Professionals In the Nonprofit Management Essentials course, participants will be exposed to several areas of responsibility for nonprofit leaders including strategy, board governance, budgeting, fundraising, grant writing, managing employees and volunteers, and more.
Nonprofit Leadership Development for Mid-Career Professionals In this peer-to-peer sharing network, the Nonprofit Leadership Certificate Program participants receive critical content from accomplished trainers in the sector, utilize course modules to assess their own organizations, and develop action plans in the strategic areas of their choice.
* Traditionally students, leaders, and professionals affiliated
with the Center for Community Research & Service engage in-person for their
projects and placements. However, the COVID-19 coronavirus has necessitated the
use of a remote-work model. Engagement in 2020 has been different logistically
than in the past, but CCRS’ commitment to student, ally, and practitioner
success is as strong as ever.