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Consultant/Firm for Strategic Planning!
Cleveland Votes
We're Seeking a Consultant/Firm for Strategic Planning!

Cleveland VOTES seeks a consultant(s) to design and facilitate a participatory planning process that will conduct an organizational assessment and create a three-year strategic plan for our organization. We seek a consultant(s) that is value-aligned, has demonstrable experience working with civic/voter engagement organizations, familiarity and/or direct experience with grantmaking processes, understands ecosystem and infrastructure-oriented institutions, embodies an authentic understanding of intersectionality, and centers racial justice in its practice.

Release Date: Thursday, August 12, 2021
Submission Date: Tuesday, September 7, 2021

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Program Manager: Supervisor of Teen/Adult Transition Services
Milestones Autism Resource
Oversee and provide Helpdesk support, Family and Individual Consultations (Topics range from new diagnosis to challenging behaviors to adult services)
Supervise Helpdesk staff
Support complicated helpdesk requests and crisis management cases
Manage structure and documentation of consultation and follow-up services
Consult with families and individuals on the spectrum to plan, prepare, and prioritize to meet short and long-term needs.
Provide guidance on Transition to adult services, including Employment and Post-Secondary Education and navigating governmental benefits and services
Develop resources as needed such as examples of task analysis (TAs), visual supports, social stories, resumes
Document thorough case notes and follow-up at regular intervals
Develop and approve resources for resource center
Develop and provide presentations and trainings
Create content such as Blogs and Online toolkits
Build and maintain relationships with community agencies
Other Duties as specified
Project Manager
StreamLink Software dba AmpliFund
The role of the Project Manager is to managing multiple implementation projects, customer account relationships, and internal work requests. This position works as a liaison among stakeholders and departments within AmpliFund and our external customers.

Excellent communication, professional, organizational, and interpersonal skills combined with a deep understanding of software implementations and customer relationships are necessary for success in the role of Project Manager at AmpliFund.

This position works closely with the customers, subject matter experts, product, development and sales teams. Reporting to the Portfolio Manager and working within the Delivery Team, this role works closely other Project Managers, Business Analysts, and Team Leads.
Donor Engagement Manager
Providence House
The Donor Engagement Manager is responsible for the implementation and management of a comprehensive individual giving program. The candidate will develop and implement strategies for identifying major gift prospects, cultivating donors and prospects, and maximizing gifts. The successful candidate excels in prospect research and thinking creatively to develop major donor acquisition strategies.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Develop and execute long-range and short-range strategies and plans to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward corporate prospects.
Assist in the execution of the annual fund development plan by developing and implementing processes to expand individual giving, including first-time, recurring, major, planned, and special gifts.
Develop customized strategies and growth management plans for all major donors in conjunction with External Relations Director and President & CEO.
Strengthen commitment of current donors and prospects through the creation and implementation of personalized stewardship plans.
Lead research and develop engagement plans, activities, and correspondence to support interactions with major donors or prospects.
Work collaboratively with External Relations Team to ensure donor visits, solicitations, and fulfillment of gifts are timely and personal to their gift type and level of giving.
Execute overall capital campaign organization, including prospecting, solicitation, cultivation, events, and pledge reporting.
Oversee counting and entry of donor gifts and processing of donor acknowledgment letters, annual statements, donor research, and donor requests.

Required Education and Experience
Bachelor's Degree in Communications, Marketing, or a related field or equivalent work experience in fundraising or development.
Three to five years of donor development or moves management experience.
Proven success in soliciting and closing gifts in a range of giving levels.
Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel; experience wi
Government Relations & Public Policy Advisor
Providence House
The Government Relations & Public Policy Advisor is primarily responsible for the implementation and management of a comprehensive government relations program encompassing policy, advocacy, and funding at the city, county, state, and federal levels. The successful candidate excels at coalition building and identifying funding and policy development opportunities that align with our mission and vision.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Coordinate and support government relations efforts on the local, state, and federal level in conjunction with President & CEO, contract lobbyists, and External Relations Director on issues relevant to child abuse prevention, family preservation, foster care prevention, and other related family strengthening and child welfare issues.
Identify, define, and recommend actions related to agency-focused issues through analysis of data and ideas, planning, and measurement of results and evaluation.
Prepare guidelines, position statements, testimony, briefings, and newsletters for both internal and external audiences related to public policy, current issues, agency news, or funding.
Establish collaborative relationships and strategic alliances with interested parties in support of the successful adoption of policy and advocacy initiatives.
Draft correspondence to support interactions with public officials, agencies, and interested parties via mail, email, social media, and other platforms as appropriate.
Monitor and inform President & CEO, lobbyists, and internal departments on policy issues impacting the organization’s policies, services, operations, or compliance. Assist in public or internal policy development or change as appropriate.
Assist the Center for Crisis Nurseries Team in advocacy and policy efforts and issues related to the national crisis nursery community or other strategic initiatives impacted by proposed policy changes.
Salary: Salary range is $55,000 - $65,000 commensurate with experience.
Events & Partnerships Manager
Providence House
The Events & Partnerships Manager is primarily responsible for the planning and implementation of all events and sponsor partnership programs. The successful candidate possesses outstanding communication skills and excels at project management.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Develop and execute long-range and short-range strategies and plans to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward corporate prospects.
Build meaningful relationships with community partners, including, but not limited to local businesses, event sponsors, and corporate partners.
Engage corporate funders regularly with additional opportunities to support, including cause-related marketing, matching gift programs, volunteer opportunities, and third-party fundraisers.
Manage and execute planning of all facets of special events from beginning to end, including program development, event strategy, thematic development, event planning and production, script and presentation management, entertainment, general meeting planning, site selection & venue management, event survey, and evaluation, food and beverage management, budget management, and all event operational logistics.
Lead all event digital fundraising platforms (i.e. event module in Raiser’s Edge, MobileCause, OneCause).
Engage special event committees through meetings, appropriate volunteer opportunities, etc
Lead, coordinate and provide oversight for the strategic direction of Young Professionals PHriends Group.
Oversee solicitation, tracking, and acknowledgment of event donations, sponsors, and annual partners.
Salary: Salary range is $50,000 - $60,000 commensurate with experience.
Early Childhood Education Director
Merrick House
Under supervision, is responsible for the overall operation of the program. Maintain compliance and ensure that center meets Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) childcare licensing regulations, Step Up to Quality, PRE4CLE, Universal Pre-K, Early Childhood Expansion and Child & Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) guidelines. Assure that facilities are functioning properly, safety measures are in place, personnel are allocated efficiently and that program operations run smoothly.
• Combination of experience and education normally represented by an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field. Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development or related field preferred.
• Three to five years of experience teaching in a pre-school classroom preferred.
• Two years of administrative or supervisory experience required.
• Must be well organized, efficient and detail oriented and have the ability to maintain confidentiality.
• Must have competent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.
• Excellent working knowledge of computers, Microsoft Office and web-based systems.
• Ability work with people of very diverse economic, cultural, and administrative backgrounds.
• Ability to form professional relationships with community organizations as well as staff at all levels.
• Must have a valid Ohio Driver’s license and reliable means of transportation for local travel.
STAR Nursing Scholars Program Coordinator
Ursuline College
This is a new position funded through the national HRSA Nursing Workforce Diversity grant program. The overarching goal of Ursuline College's STAR Scholars Program is to improve wrap around support services for undergraduate nursing students from disadvantaged backgrounds, with a focus on Black students and other underrepresented groups, to increase graduation rates and increase a diverse nursing workforce serving the Greater Cleveland community. The Coordinator will oversee all aspects of the STAR Scholars cohort experience, track and report on student participation, and play a major role in each scholar’s pivotal first-year experience. This full-time, 12-month position includes teaching responsibilities, and reports to the Dean of the Breen School of Nursing and Health Professions. Master’s degree, preferably in Nursing.
Senior Administrative Assistant
Ursuline College
Reports to the Dean of the Breen School of Nursing and Health Professions. This is a full-time, 12-month position
Plant Manager
Rust Belt Recruiting
Rust Belt Recruiting has a direct-hire opportunity for a client that is looking for an expert Plant Manager to join their team and play a huge part in their recent expansion to the Cleveland market as they grow a new facility from the ground up. They are in need of an experienced leader who knows how to oversee an assembly team and establish a seamless production process in their new facility. This person must have proven management experience in building out a new plant either from scratch or during a major transition.
Our client is a well established and funded startup manufacturer and research group specializing in green products, committed to shaping the future of clean air by setting a new global air quality standard. They’ve recently expanded their operations to the US and are looking for experienced and passionate individuals to help grow their organization through their newest facility in the heart of Cleveland, OH.

Director of Development
Beck Center for the Arts
The Director of Development is responsible for developing, implementing and managing a comprehensive development program to maximize contributed income in support of the mission of Beck Center for the Arts. Major components of the program include fundraising from individuals, corporations, and foundations; donor relations and stewardship; development systems, and communications. Leading a team of volunteers and staff, in partnership with the President & CEO, the Director of Development is responsible for completing the remaining 25% of a $6.7M capital campaign Creating Our Future during 2022.
Senior Associate, Development & Operations
Teach For America
The Senior Associate, Development & Operations (SA) will provide essential support for Teach For America Ohio’s development team and regional operations, enabling the region to move more efficiently and effectively toward reaching an ambitious revenue goal of approximately $4 million in revenue in the next fiscal year. The Senior Associate will report to the Director, Development, Finance, and AmeriCorps and will support donor research, data collection and management, office operations, and event planning. The ideal candidate exhibits exceptional ability to make decisions and demonstrate judgement, analyze data and use it to drive action, is detail-oriented and highly organized, is able to effectively prioritize work within a deadline-driven environment, and is an exceptionally strong writer and communicator.

In addition to supporting key operational aspects of fundraising, the Senior Associate will provide office management support for staff members in our Cleveland, Cincinnati, and remote offices, execute the operational aspects of Teach For America Ohio’s partnership with AmeriCorps, and support finance processes to ensure regional efficiency and sustainability. This position is perfect for you if you are excited by the chance to learn, hone, and master key operational skills such as systems and data management, project planning, and maintaining a positive office environment. This position is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in nonprofit fundraising and finance in a thriving team that is deeply committed to Teach For America’s core values.
Senior Accountant
CLE Consulting Firm
Mid-level professional capable of fulfilling the client accounting, bookkeeping and reporting
requirements of multiple small/mid-sized projects or singular large project, including day-to day
interface with management, client and contractor personnel as well as manage staff level accountants.
Duties and Responsibilities:
▪ Work closely with clients and partners to assist them with daily/monthly accounting task, close
process and other accounting related task.
▪ Perform all accounting and finance duties as required by each client based on industry and need.
▪ Improves processes related to all duties and responsibilities. Takes a proactive approach on all
accounting functions and processes.
▪ Manage staff accountant which includes providing direction, reviewing work and development.
Analyze data, create and prepare monthly financial statements and supplemental reports as
assigned by partner or client.
Minimum Requirements
▪ Bachelor's degree in accounting, business or equivalent.
▪ 5-10 years accounting experience.
▪ Proficient communication, interpersonal, analytical and organizational skills.
▪ Proficiency in current business software packages, as well as standard office equipment.
▪ Should possess self-management skills and ability to work with limited supervision, basic computer
skills and competency.
Other Job Requirements
▪ Good working knowledge and understanding of accounting processes and required documentation.
▪ Ability to manage multiple projects at one time with great time management and organizational
▪ Excel, Word, Drake, QuickBooks and/or similar accounting/tax software knowledge.
▪ Detail-oriented with an ability to be a Self-starter, able to create efficiencies or solutions for existing
or unexpected situations and able to communicate effectively and professionally in writing,
emailing, texting and speaking on the phone.
▪ Additional duties as required by the job and as assigned by partner or client.
▪ Time management –
Administrative Assistant
CLE Consulting Firm
We are looking for an Administrative Assistant (AA) to organize and coordinate administration duties
and office procedures. Your role is to create and maintain a pleasant work environment, ensuring high
levels of organizational effectiveness, communication and safety.
AA responsibilities include scheduling meetings and appointments, making office supplies arrangements,
greeting visitors and providing general administrative support to our employees, managing a digital and
social presence. Previous experience as a Front office manager or Office administrator would be an
advantage. A successful AA should also have experience with a variety of office software (email tools,
spreadsheets, presentations and databases) and be able to accurately handle administrative duties.
Ultimately, the AA should be able to ensure the smooth running of the office and help to improve
company procedures and day-to-day operation.
Duties and Responsibilities:
▪ Office Maintenance
▪ Create and manage digital presence for CLE and Managing Partners
▪ Manage Social Media Platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, LinkedIn and etc.)
▪ Generate and manage creative marketing tools
▪ Ensure continuous contact is maintained with current clients
▪ Mailing
▪ Supplies
▪ Equipment
▪ Bills
▪ Errands/Shopping
▪ Schedule meetings and appointments
▪ Organize the office layout and order stationery and equipment
▪ Maintain the office condition and arrange necessary repairs
▪ Maintain office policies as necessary
▪ Organize office operations and procedures
▪ Ensure that all items are invoiced and paid on time
▪ Manage contract and price negotiations with office vendors, service providers and office lease
▪ Manage office G&A budget, ensure accurate and timely reporting
▪ Provide general support to visitors
▪ Assist in the onboarding process for new hires
▪ Address employees queries regarding office management issues (e.g. stationery, hardware and
travel arrangements and more
Math Teacher
Saint Martin De Porres High School
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Substitute Teacher
Saint Martin De Porres High School
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School Monitors
Saint Martin De Porres High School
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Marketing Intern
Saint Martin De Porres High School
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Saint Martin de Porres High School
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IT Help Desk Technician
Stella Maris
The IT Help Desk Technician is a natural problem-solver with superior customer service abilities. This role will be responsible for daily assistance to the IT team by acting as a point-person to all staff on technology-related issues.

Monitor and respond quickly to incoming requests related to IT issues.
Maintain computer systems and act as support if any system goes down.
Responsible for PCs, Printers, Servers, and related equipment (monitor, keyboard, mouse, hard drive, etc).
Maintain user PCs, including upgrades and configuration as needed.
Assist with onboarding of new users.
Keep inventory of all equipment, software, and license users.
Install, configure, and upgrade PC software.

CompTIA A+ and Network+ certifications
General awareness of computer systems, PC repair, and network management
Resourcefulness and quick-thinking nature to troubleshoot new and critical technical issues as they arise.
Ability deploy, configure and support operating systems on desktop and mobile
Understanding and appreciation for information security within systems and user devices.
Strong drive to provide excellent customer service and experience, with an awareness of prioritization of tasks, stakeholders, and time.
Possess a solutions-focused mindset
Rational, level-headed, and the ability to collaborate with others while surging connections

Interpersonal Communication
Critical Thinking
Conflict Resolution

Stella Maris is committed to providing a non-discriminatory employment environment for its employees. Stella Maris is committed to assuring equal employment opportunity and equal access to services, programs, and activities for individuals with disabilities.
Wraparound Site Coordinator
Cleveland Playhouse
Cleveland Play House's mission is to inspire, stimulate and entertain diverse audiences across Northeast Ohio by producing plays and theatre education programs of the highest professional standards.

We believe in the importance of theatre education to the well-being of young people and the community that is its mission to serve. We use it as a tool to bond community with community; to bolster our knowledge of ourselves and others; to amplify our artistic awareness as participants and practitioners.

Our Wraparound program creates, strengthens and maintains the bridge between the Wraparound school, parents and community-based providers and surrounding neighborhoods. The Wraparound Coordinator will facilitate and provide leadership for the collaborative process and development of a continuum of services such as arts enrichment, academic enhancement, health and social services for children, families and community members within the Wraparound school neighborhood. The Wraparound Coordinator functions as a neutral facilitator in the provision of services from a wide variety of community agencies and Cleveland Play House.

Responsibilities Include:

Promoting and modeling CPH's educational pedagogy: Creating an anti-racist, safe, positive and trauma-informed school that is culturally competent and creative.Working with the Wraparound school's leadership team to connect the needs of the students with the appropriate community partners.Identifying and creatively solving problems and eliminating barriers toward student success.Planning, scheduling and directly daily routines, activities and operations with the school and/or community within and after the school day.Developing and enhancing parental involvement in the school.Working with Manager of Compliance to ensure appropriate data is collected while maintaining all requirements under FERPA and HIPAA.Participate in CPH's educational and artistic programs as required.
Director of Out of School Time Learning
Cleveland Play House
The Director of OST partners with schools and community centers to develop and implement robust out of school time learning experiences for children and their families. The Director of OST works closely with individual communities and schools to provide culturally relevant arts and academic experiences that meet their specific needs. In addition, the Director of OST envisions how theatre education programming can meet the needs of life-long learners across Cuyahoga County. This position collaborates with the Director of Community Development and Director of CARE in planning and achieving the mission of CPH's Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers, Say Yes to Education Centers, and Theatre Academy.
Manager of Compliance
Cleveland Playhouse
We serve our community with programs funded by a diverse portfolio of contracts, government grants, and foundational grants that require detailed data collection, management, and reporting. The Manager of Compliance works in collaboration with Education department directors to ensure all terms and obligations of every funded program are met and accurately reported across the entire department.

Responsibilities include:

Work closely with the Director of Education and Artistic Strategies to develop and enact a cohesive and holistic approach to meeting the requirements and obligations of every funded program across the department.Work closely with the Education department directors to develop and realize annual program(s) goals, and create a public accountability structure as we work toward those goals.Actively partner with Director of Education and Artistic strategies and development department to develop new Requests for Proposals and Applications, provide on-going data and accountability and take a lead role in final reporting, including and education annual report.Actively partner with Director of Education and Artistic strategies and marketing department to provide relevant updates, information and quotes in communication efforts around education.Manage and lead partnerships with external evaluation teams and district level administrators to collect necessary data, etc.Act as an advocate in public spaces for all Community-based programming at CPH including but not limited to conferences, public events and speaking events.
Program Coordinator: Learning Center and Testing Services
Northeast Ohio Medical University
Provides administrative support to the entire staffs within the Learning Center and Testing Services offices. Assists with exam administration. Serves as proctor for virtual and on-campus exams. Provide routine support for budgetary needs and/or special projects and tutoring programs as assigned. Coordinate meetings and/or events.

1) Assists and proctors exam sessions to ensure that software is working correctly and troubleshoot technical issues; room/computer set-up, computer maintenance, etc. Assists with administration of exams remotely and on-campus as well as student exam review and posting to ensure academic integrity and proper testing protocols. Serve as a back-up proctor for the Office of Testing Services. (40%)

2) Provide administrative support which may range from correspondence, emails, calendar management and data entry, compiling data and generating reports related to Tutoring Program. Serve in customer support capacity as receptionist to greet visitors, answer phones, and schedule walk-in appointments. Respond to inquiries from applicable constituents (staff, faculty, students, etc.).

3) Maintain websites as directed. (35%)

4) Provides support for the administrative staff in Testing Services including, assisting with maintaining academic space schedules for exams, preparing reports inclusion of remote exams’ incident reports, assembling, and generating report data associated with exam scores. Coordinates logistics of online exam administration including previewing and posting of online exams. (20%)
Support special projects and/or programs as assigned. (5%)

Integrated Marketing Strategist
Northeast Ohio Medical University
Responsible for leading social media strategy and execution as well as implementing other marketing and communication strategies which includes situational analyses, the development of marketing and communications plans and the execution of creative briefs as necessary to advise, provide support and strategic direction, and tactical recommendations to key areas of campus. Responsible for discovering, creating, and developing engaging content for the University as well as its colleges, program, and initiatives. Content must be optimized for channels including social media, websites, publications – print and digital, etc. and integrated among those channels to maximize outcomes.

1) Manage the University’s social media accounts and oversight of affiliated department accounts.
2) Discover, develop and deliver marketing content for all communication channels
3) Serve as contributing writer for print and digital publications
4) Assist with the Pulse and NEOMED website updates, as needed
5) Produce multimedia products (video, podcast, etc.)
6) Assist with proofreading and development of marketing materials as needed
7) Perform other duties as assigned
Business Manager
Northeast Ohio Medical University
The business manager provides business and financial support to the Center for Integrated Primary and Mental Health Care (CIPMHC) under the direction of the Executive Director and high-level administrative support to designated leaders (Department Chair, faculty, Directors, etc.). Responsibilities include management of departmental operations, financial management, project/program management, and special events. Coordinate departmental programs and serve as the liaison between NEOMED and outside agencies.

1) Financial Oversight
Financial oversight and maintenance of departmental budgets contracts, and expenditures including but not limited to allocation of grants expenditures, allocation of funds to applicable accounts, maintenance of vendor contracts, overseeing time and effort reporting and analyzing variances and initiating corrective actions.
Perform monthly analysis and reconciliation of department pcard.
Provide monthly reporting and recommend budget reallocations to the Chair and Directors. and process financial form(s). Provide financial management support to department as necessary.

2) Operations
Maintain, configure, and analyze confidential, complex information and/or reports such as: financial/academic databases, fundraising database, special correspondence, publications, student performance information, maintenance/capital improvement contracts, project status information and reports.
Assist the executive director in the recruitment, hire and onboarding processes for faculty and staff.
Act as liaison with vendors and assist with ordering and records management.

3) Administrative Support
General and varied administrative support such as: travel arrangements, events / meetings coordination, website updates, interview itineraries, orientation of new faculty, working with Chair to develop agendas for selected meetings, and taking/distributing minutes for meetings as requested.
Represent the department and NEOMED within and outside the university

Coordinator, Grants and Funded Initiatives
Girl Scouts of North East Ohio
The Coordinator, Grant and Funded Initiatives provides leadership in assigned geographical areas in planning, implementation, and evaluation of grant-funded programs to girls in grades K-12. Programs are delivered within the framework of the Girl Scouts of North East Ohio council goals and objectives in accordance with each specific grant. This position is accountable for coordinating and delivering high quality programs both in-person and virtually, recruiting and mentoring volunteers, monitoring staff, supporting and developing systems for best practices and monitoring progress, and cultivating partnerships for future or expanded Girl Scout programming in targeted areas.
Education and Outreach Specialist
Cleveland Rape Crisis Center
The Education and Outreach Specialist is responsible for providing educational programming designed to prevent sexual violence and other programs as required. Content will be primarily presented to young children (aged 0-8), middle and high school scholars, parents, teachers and community members.

Strong candidates will have experience working with youth and/or in the field of prevention. BA or 2-3 years of professional experience in a related field required. Must have ability to work independently, build relationships, and collaborate internally and externally; ability to understand and communicate agency mission, and communicate effectively with diverse audiences, staff, volunteers and partners both verbally and in writing. Must be able to travel throughout Cuyahoga County, and possess valid OH driver’s license.
Special Events Manager
Junior Achievement of Greater Cleveland
Build collaborative and mutually beneficial relationships with special event participants. Identify, cultivate and recruit corporate volunteer coordinators to develop corporate participation through sponsorships and company Bowl-a-Thon teams. Train event participants to maximize their fundraising potential, and strategize with corporate partners to meet fundraising goals. Achieve revenue goals though planning and execution of special event fundraisers in coordination with Development staff (some evenings and weekends required). Work within a solicitation plan to building new and nurturing current relationships through a series of personal visits, meetings, events and follow up stewardship practices.

Qualifications & Skills:

· Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 3 years nonprofit fundraising experience, although equivalent sales experience will be considered.

· Track record of success in developing and managing corporate partnerships, cultivating donor relationships, and growing stewardship processes.
Social Innovation Program Manager
Baldwin Wallace University
BW is looking for a Social Innovation Program Manager.
The ideal candidate brings a commitment to, and interest in:
- working with college students
- equitable community engagement and social justice
- social innovation / entrepreneurship
This position will be joining the Brain Center for Community Engagement team to develop programs utilizing interdisciplinary experiential learning and community collaboration as a campus catalyst for social innovation.
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