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ORCC is motivated by the belief that students have the power to change the world. Together with campuses, ORCC activates higher education to place more students on a lifelong path of civic participation.
What's New At ORCC
Tickets are On Sale Now for our 2015 Fundraiser: A Night in Serve-Landia
Oregon Campus Compact is hosting its third annual fundraiser, A Night in Serve-Landia. The funds we raise will help us to continue supporting Oregon colleges and universities to achieve a Higher IMPACT Education. By providing trainings on equity and racial justice, placing AmeriCorps and VISTA members on campus, and sponsoring student leadership trainings ORCC works to ensure all students not only have access to education, thrive when they are on campus, but also become engaged, global citizens when they graduate. Join us at The Picnic House on April 23 for cocktails, h'ordeuvres, music, and merriment all while raising much-needed funds for the work of ORCC.
College Access Corps 2015-2016 RFP is now Available
We are now accepting proposals for 2015-2016 College Access Corps host sites. The College Access Corps grant will allow selected member campuses to engage an AmeriCorps member to help coordinate college access programs in their local communities. AmeriCorps members will recruit and train college students from their campuses to act as college access coaches to economically disadvantaged youth in schools, or to student groups, that have a student population that is at least 50% eligible for the federally-funded free/reduced lunch program.
College Access Corps RFPs are due March 31. Visit the CAC program site to learn more, or download the RFP here.
Apply Now to be a 2015-2016 VISTA Host Site
Oregon Campus Compact is very excited to announce that the 2015-2016 VISTA Request for Proposal (RFP) is now available! The ORCC VISTA program provides campuses and community organizations with an AmeriCorps VISTA Member to focus on capacity building of programs that alleviate poverty by developing equitable, community-engaged programming that increases educational access and success for students from low-income backgrounds and communities of color.
Letters of intent are due Friday, January 30, 2015. Please see the RFP document or visit the VISTA webpage for more information.
The Connect2Complete Program is accepting applications
Recruitment is still open for our Connect2Complete and Connect2Complete K12 Attendance Corps Programs. Multiple positions are available at Community Colleges throughout Oregon, and K-12 schools in Multnomah County. Learn more here.
Please note our address change and new office location! We're still in the same building downtown, but we've moved up a floor to Suite 910.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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