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Center for Engaged Teaching and Learning (CETL)

Campus Compact - Healthy Futures
Member Information

Healthy Futures Members will work with the Campus Compact Coordinator to complete an orientation, enroll in the program, complete required paperwork, exit the program, and use the education award. It is important for Members to review the Member Handbook, understand site placement criteria, know the steps to enroll in the program, and clearly understand the difference between direct service and member development hours.  The following links will assist Members with answering questions in these areas.

» Member Handbook
» Site Placement Criteria
»
Enrolling in the Program
» Direct Service versus Member Development Hours

Once enrolled in the program, Members are required to complete a series of items throughout their term of service. 
The Pre-Service Reflection is to be completed once at the start of the term of service.  A Site Supervisor Agreement and Service Plan for Success are to be completed and submitted to the Campus Compact Coordinator prior to logging hours (a new agreement and plan are required for all sites).  Time logs are to be submitted on a monthly basis and are due by the 15th of the following month.  Members should visit with the Campus Compact Coordinator to determine if they are in the 11-12 or 12-13 grant year to complete the correct forms. The grant year is determined based on the Member’s start date. Members are encouraged to complete forms online when possible, as they can be saved to the Member’s computer for later reference.  The following links provide more detailed information regarding the necessary paperwork.

» Pre Service Reflection
» 11-12 Site Supervisor Agreement
» 12-13 Site Supervisor Agreement
» 11-12 Service Plan for Success
» 12-13 Service Plan for Success  (Sample)
» 11-12 Time Logs (Aug.2011-Dec. 2012)
» 11-12 Time Logs (Jan.– Dec. 2013)
»
 12-13 Time Logs (Aug. 2011-Dec. 2012)
» 12-13 Time Logs (Jan.- Dec. 2013)

After a member completes their term of service, they can exit the program and use the education award when desired.  Members can complete up to 4 terms of service, so they can re-enroll immediately upon exiting.  Please see information below on exiting and using the education award.

» Using the Education Award
» Exiting the Program

For more information on Healthy Futures Focus Area Projects, click here

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