Undergraduate students can earn their work study award by working with local government and non-profit organizations.
EMU is launching a testing & certification center both for our EMU community and for the southeast Michigan community.
Promote this event with foster youth ages 14-21! Please see here for more information.
No Limits - College to Career Conference | Wednesday, May 24th, 2017 at EMU. Read more about it here!
All postings, and application instructions can also be found online here.
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Building Blocks for the Food Entrepreneur is a series of free workshops put on by Growing Hope , with partnership from the MI Small Business Development Center, SCORE - Washtenaw County, the Entrepreneurship Center at WCC, and SPARK East Incubator. Support comes from Growing Our Local Economy: Washtenaw County Act 88 funds.
There are two workshop tracks, though people are welcome to attend any and all workshops they see fit. While workshops are free, preregistration is required.
Learn more about EMU's Community Based programs The Business SIde of Youth, Digital Inclusion and Art Around Town here.
a collective of University offices, departments, programs and personnel working with and working in community engaged activity.
the collaboration between institutions of higher education and their larger communities (local, regional/state, national, global) for the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity.-Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
is an integral part of our character. It is embedded not just in the broad statements of our vision, mission and strategy but in the definition and character of student learning, the curriculum, and faculty research, scholarship and creative activity.
(1) Is it useful to and valued by the community?
(2) Are we enhancing the capacity of local and regional institutions: to serve their citizens/ stakeho2lders, to solve problems, and to create thriving and sustainable communities?
(3) Are our students, faculty and staff enhancing their own learning?
(4) Are we as an institution growing in our capacity to be of useful service to the immediate, regional and global community?