PICCE: A Case-Study of Leveraging Inter-Institutional Assets to Grow Community Engagement
Date & Time
Tuesday, March 31, 2020, 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
Community engagement professionals spend time and energy partnering with communities, but less often do they work to partner strategically with one another. Inter-institutional partnership has significant benefits for all types of campuses to include asset-leveraging, improved community partnership, local knowledge creation, improved operational efficiency, colleagueship through a network of engagement professionals, and civic recognition. PICCE (Partners in Campus and Community Engagement) is a regional cooperative of educational institutions, community partners and other stakeholders committed to the promotion of campus/community engagement in Spokane, WA. Localized engagement networks are relatively rare, but they offer tremendous promise to engagement professionals who share communities with neighboring campuses. This session presents a model for inter-institutional partnership with activities supporting potential design in your home community.
Learning outcomes:
  • Participants will be able to:
    • Understand the benefits of sharing the work of institutional engagement
    • Identify ways to leverage different institutional assets toward common goals of engagement
    • Apply an asset-mapping process to their native institutional contexts
Location Name
Full Address
Hyatt Regency Seattle
808 Howell St
Seattle, WA 98101
United States
Session Type
Small breakout