With the goal of advancing the field of higher education and community engagement, the Center for Community Engagement and Seattle University Youth Initiative shares our lessons learned.
- Yesler Terrace Activities and Partnership Report (September 2020)
- CCE Theory of Change (updated Summer 2020)
- You Cannot Pick Up Spilled Water: Report on SU CCE & SHA Education Collaborative, Maureen Emerson Feuit, PhD and Aimie Kawai, MNPL (2019)
- Lessons Learned from Seattle University’s Journey of Community Engagement, Kent Koth, Executive Director of the Center for Community Engagement
- Education Engagement Specialist Report 2016, Cohen Research & Evaluation, LCC
- Seattle University Youth Initiative Tool Kit 2015 Erica K. Yamamura, Ph.D.
- Seattle University and Bailey Gatzert Elementary School Partnership, Cohen Research & Evaluation, LCC
- Yesler Terrace Public Safety Pamphlet , Will Parkin et. al
- Seattle University Youth Initiative White Paper, Erica K. Yamamura, Ph.D.
- Education Collaborative Summary Report, Cohen Research & Evaluation, LLC
- Choice Neighborhood Issue Brief - Improving Schools, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
- Eds, Meds, and the Feds: How the Federal Government Can Foster the Role of Anchor Institutions in Community Revitalization, Center for American Progress
As an outgrowth of the University’s strategic plan and mission statement that emphasized “empowering leaders for a just and humane world,” the CCE was developed in 2003 and launched in 2004 to expand and deepen academic service-learning efforts, improve and strengthen community partnerships, and promote collaboration among all those engaged in service and justice at Seattle University. The Center's annual reports provide a detailed history of the center's accomplishments and successes since inception.
*Please note that in celebration of our 10th anniversary, this annual report is a slideshow presentation.
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