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Report
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University of Illinois
Office for Public Engagement
Overview of Presentation
What
is the
CLL?
• What
is the
CLL?
Mutually
Beneficial
& Sustainable
Input/Output
Relationship
• Mutually
Beneficial
& Sustainable
Relationships
• Application
Process
Application
Process
• Course
Partnerships
Course
Partnerships
• Community Partners
Community Partners
• Highlighted Projects
Highlighted
• What areProjects
people saying about the CLL?
Data
• What does this have to do with you?
• Unmatched
Projects
What
does this have
to do with you?
Unmatched Projects
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Community Learning Lab
The Community Learning Lab was formed to create
and support relationships between the community
and the classrooms at the University of Illinois.
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Agency
Project
Requests
Classroom
Curriculum
Requests
Independent
Project
Requests
School of
Social Work
Department
of
Psychology
College of
Business
CLL Partnerships
Across UIUC
Campus
College of
Medicine
Department
of Statistics
College of
Education
English
Department
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CLL Course Partnerships within the School of
Social Work
• SOCW 199: SW Freshman Seminar •
• SOCW 225: Intro Stat for Social Work •
• SOCW 330: Greece Study Abroad
SOCW 402: Practice
•
• SOCW 403: Practice III
• SOCW 410: Social Welfare Policy & •
Services
•
• SOCW 412: Hispanics in the U.S.
Building a Social Policy Agenda
•
• SOCW 415: Social Work Services for
the Aged
•
• SOCW 427: Social Work Research •
Methods
SOCW 461: Prof Practice Seminar
SOCW 506: SW Practice with
Children & Adolescents
SOCW 509: Advanced Clinical
Assessment & Interviewing
SOCW 520: Social Welfare Planning
SOCW 522: SW Practice with
Communities
SOCW 526: Management of Human
Service Organizations
SOCW 542: Program Evaluation
SOCW 595: Quantitative Research
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Community Partnerships 1/2
ACTIONS
After School Program
American Red Cross
Beckwith Residential Hall
Big Brothers and Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Book Nook
Bottom Line Diaper Bank of EastCentral Illinois
Carle Cancer Center
Carle Foundation Hospital
Carle Hospice
CASA - Champaign County Court
Appointed Special Advocate
Center for Youth and Family
Solutions
Central High School
Champaign County Head Start/Early
Head Start
Champaign County Health Care
Circle of Friends
Consumers
Clark-Lindsey Village/Meadowbrook
Champaign County Nursing Home Health Center
Champaign County Probation and
Community Choices
Court Services
DCFS
Champaign County Public Defender Developmental Services Center
Champaign County Regional Planning Don Moyer Boys and Girls Club
Commission
DREAAM Project
Champaign County State's Attorney East Central Illinois Refugee Mutual
Office
Assistance Center
Champaign Urbana Cradle to Career Eastern Illinois Food Bank
Partnership
Faith in Action
Champaign-Ford Regional Office of
Family Services of Champaign County
Education
- Self Help Center
Champaign-Urbana Public Health
Family Services, Senior Resource
District
Center
Chesterbrook Academy
First Presbyterian Church – Missions
Child Development Lab
Project
Children's Advocacy Center of
Frances Nelson Health Center
Champaign County
Franklin Middle School
Community Partnerships 2/2
Generations of Hope
Guardianship and Advocacy
Commission
Harbor Light Hospice
Hillel – Cohen Center for Jewish
Life
Hope Center
Housing Authorities
Juvenile Detention Center of
Urbana
Lincoln's Challenge Academy
Mahomet Youth Center
McNair Trio Program
Missions Project
Multicultural Community Center Rantoul
PACE, Inc Center of Independent
Living
Parent Wonders
Pavilion
Prairie Land Conflict Mediation
Center
Presence Covenant Medical
Center/Center for Healthy Aging
Presence Hospital
Rantoul City Schools
Rantoul Mayor
Rape Advocacy Counseling &
Educational Services (RACES)
Regional Office of Education –
Family Center
Restoration Urban Ministries
RTHS
Savoy Fire Department
School of Social Work
Smile Healthy, Promise Health
Care
SOAR - Garden Hills
SOAR - Rantoul
TAP
The Autism Program
The Center For Youth and Family
solutions
The Pavilion
The Prairie Center
The United Way
The University YMCA
The Up Center of Champaign
County
TRIAD/ Seniors and Law
Enforcement Together (S.A.L.T.)
U of I YMCA
Unit 4 PTA
UP Center
Urbana Adult Education Center
Urbana Fire Department
Walking With Angels, Inc. (WWA)
Wesley Evening Food Pantry
Women's Resource Center
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SOCW 330: Greece Study Abroad
• Students completed service learning hours at agencies
in the U.S. and also in Greece to compare their
experiences.
• The CLL partnered this course with Carle Hospital,
Center for Women in Transition, DCFS, The Prairie
Center, and Restoration Urban Ministries.
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BADM 313: Human Resource
Management
• This course within the College of Business was looking to assist local agencies in
examining and then making a formal recommendation on their dealings in at least one of
the following Human Resources related categories:
Recruiting & Selecting Employees
Training & Development
Performance Management
Pay & Benefits
Retaining Employees
Handling Employee Separations
• The CLL matched this course with the following agencies; Champaign-Urbana Public
Health District, Multi-Cultural Community Center, Community Choices, and Restoration
Urban Ministries
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SOCW 542: Program Evaluation
• Students developed a program evaluation on actual
agencies and handed them a finished product at the
completion of the semester.
• The CLL partnered
this course with
Restoration Urban
Ministries, Parent
Wonders, Healthy
Aging – Presence,
Carle Foundation
Hospital, and
Franklin Middle
School.
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SOCW 526: Management of Human Service
Organizations
• Students chose a specific agency and developed a
comprehensive agency manual which was turned
in to each agency at the completion of the
semester.
• The CLL partnered this course with Center for
Women in Transition, Crisis Nursery, First
Presbyterian Church, Hillel – Cohen Center for
Jewish Life, and Regional Office of Education.
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• SOCW 461- Students assisted in locating and applying for
a grant for this organization and they were awarded a
$1000 grant!
• Stat-Com (Statistics in the Community) – This student
group within the Statistics Department assisted this
agency in statistical analysis and interpretation from data
that had been gathered during an Alternative Spring
Break trip.
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• SOCW 461 - Students worked to research and create a
project that serves to identify activities recommended for
patients with dementia. The students were to present
their findings to the Harbor Light Hospice staff. Projects
will become part of the hospice library of resources for
future volunteers to use in their service.
• SOCW 410 – Students researched major political issues
relevant to this organization and conducted policy
analyses on the topic. Agency representatives were
invited to their final presentations.
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Student
Opportunities - The
CLL provided 416
student opportunities in
the Fall 2014 semester
compared to 159 in
Spring 2014 semester.
This is a growth of
161% in one semester.
Courses- The CLL has
worked with 41 different
classes at UIUC to
create over 775 total
student opportunities in
the local community in
the past 3 semesters.
Community PartnersThe CLL initially had 40
community partners in
its beginning semester,
2 semesters later it now
has 120. This is a
growth of 200%.
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100%
80%
Students felt
more connected
to the
Community
75%
Faculty said they
would use CLL
again in the
future
Students were
able to further
develop
professional
skills
100%
81%
Community
partners were
overall satisfied
with their
partnership with
the CLL
76%
Community
partners said
working with CLL
enabled them to
provide better
services for their
clients
Community
Partners were able
to complete a
project that
otherwise would
not have been
completed
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What Does the CLL Have to do
with You?
• Independent placements
• Student Groups
• Link existing assignments with projects
that may benefit a local agency
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Unmatched Projects
• Promote pedestrian safety on
campus in regards to students
walking in front of cars.
• Finding and evaluating different
survey tools to capture the story
of a local nonprofit agency
working with underserved child
population
• Work with a local hospice agency
by working directly with patients
on a weekly basis
• Public speaking and presenting
information for a local
collaboration between law
enforcement and senior citizens
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Katie Shumway, MSW, LSW
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