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Dear Community Partners,
The Community Connections database (CCDB) portal is now closed until summer 2013. The Institute for Civic and Community Engagement (ICCE) is in the process of migrating its database to a new web-based system. Those of you who are interested in testing the new system this coming spring semester, please contact Perla Barrientos via email.
Development of the new system has been a collaborative effort by several universities whose missions prioritize public service: San Francisco State University, The University of California at San Francisco, Sonoma State University, The University of San Francisco, the Neighborhood Empowerment Network of the City and County of San Francisco. The database will allow a variety of users: faculty, staff, students, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies to create and manage their profiles and service learning projects online. The profiles will be viewable and searchable by all constituents using key words, and other specific search criteria. We look forward to connecting you and students via a more user-friendly interface next fall!
IMPORTANT REMINDER TO CURRENTLY REGISTERED SITES: Students are generally required to complete an average of 30 hours per semester.
Each semester, ICCE hosts a Nonprofit Agency Fair. This past September, more than 50 organizations, City agencies and elected officials tabled in the Quad.
The Fair attracted: ~1,768 students, 584 of whom signed up to volunteer and 200 registered to vote.