Resources for Community Partners

Resources for Community Partners

There are many tools available to help make your partnership with Seattle University students and faculty successful. The Center for Community Engagement utilizes the online platform GivePulse to coordinate communication between affiliate community organizations and Seattle U students, faculty and staff. 


GivePulse Logo

Click here to the Community Partner Resource Page for a more detailed how to get set up.

To set up an account with Give Pulse you can click here. Then follow the instructions to create a group page. This is a great place to write about what your organization does, include videos/pictures—ultimately this will be what Seattle University students see first. Then create events, you will have the option to create a shift (reoccurring event) or an open event (students will reserve a spot and then coordinate shifts directly with you). 

Once you have created a group page you can request to be affiliated with Seattle University. That way SU students will be able to find opportunities at your organization.

Add Events: You can “Add Events” under the events tab in the group dashboard. In the “Add Event” workflow, you can select an event title, choose from 5 different event types (with or without shifts), and include date, time, and location and much much more. Be sure to create a separate event on your group page for any orientations or trainings.

GivePulse Add Events Tutorial 


Add any users from your organization: under the tab “Users”, you can add a user and distinguish them as an Admin or Event Manager. Then Give Pulse will send an invitation to them to join your organization's Group page.


For technical support contact or reach out to the CCE Community Partnership Manager:

Celine Dorion | Community Partnership Manager

Office: (206) 220-8569