Take Your Power Back Weekend 

The Andrew Goodman Foundation is hosting a virtual conference to help you take your power back and prepare you to vote in 2020 and beyond called "Taking Your Power Back Weekend".


For more info go to: https://andrewgoodman.org/summit/2020-national-civic-leadership-training-summit/

A Message from the New Jersey Presidents' Council

On June 8th, the New Jersey Presidents' Council released a statement to the public. Read here.


NJCC Announces Awardees of 2020 



Seven students were selected as recipients of the Changebuilder Scholar Award though New  Jersey Campus Compact's AmeriCorps Changebuilder program. Click here to read more.

NJCC Announces Thrivers at Student Conference

Thrivers are students graduating college this year and are mapping out their Next Steps. Thrivers are ready to show they have years of experience sharpening their SOFT SKILLS through volunteering and working together to find solutions for today’s challenges. Learn more

Raritan Valley Community College Places in the 2020 Impact Awards

NJCC would like to congratulate Raritan Valley Community College (RVCC) for winning the Eduardo J. Padrón Award for Institutional Transformation. RVCC is recognized for its longstanding commitment to providing every Raritan student with civic and community-based learning experiences. Service-learning opportunities are deeply embedded in student life and in the curriculum, with service-learning courses offered in every academic department. 

To read more about the 2020 Impact Awards, click here.

Announcing Inaugural Changebuilder Scholars

The following three students received $1,000 scholarships for their on-campus work as NJ Campus Compact Changebuilders in the program's inaugural year with partners: Centenary University, Drew University, NJCU, Ramapo College, Stockton University, WPU.


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Campus Compact Safe Elections Project

The Campus Compact Safe Elections Project is offering 300 spots for Student Recruiters on a first come-first served basis. These students will receive a $500 stipend for 3 weeks of work this summer mobilizing their peers to register as poll workers. This is a fantastic member benefit to Compact campuses.

For students to request to be a student recruiterhttps://compact.org/education-for-democracy/safe-elections-project/recruit/  

To become a poll workerhttps://www.powerthepolls.org/campus/ 

A Statement on Protests to Police Racist Violence

The board of NJCC makes a statement in response to the recent happenings of police racist violence. Read here

Thrivers 2020 Press Release

NJCC is proud to announce the official release of their Thrivers 2020 publication and database. It highlights students graduating in 2020 that are ready to demonstrate their 21st century workplace skills and seven Changebuilder Scholars who were awarded $1,000. Click here to read the press release.

Student Conference Press Release

On February 29th, New Jersey Campus Compact (NJCC) convened the State’s first student volunteer conference entitled “Engage-NJ: Connecting Volunteers to a Meaningful Career” at Middlesex County College in Edison, NJ...Read more

Announcing the 

Keynote Speaker for Engage-NJ Student Conference 2020 

Saul Flores is officially the keynote speaker for the Engage-NJ Student Conference 2020 titled "Connecting Volunteers to Meaningful Careers". Flores walked 5,328 miles through ten countries to document how grueling and dangerous the journey of immigrants to the United States can be and to raise money for an elementary school in Atencingo, Mexico. The story of his journey, accompanied by a series of photographs, capture the essence of the people, communities, and cultures he encountered along the way.

New Jersey Campus Compact Presenets Students' Stories of Engagement

We wanted to take the time to hear from these inspiring students because, after all, this is a big reason why we keep showing up every day – to help people find their way into and through adulthood, to help them discover their passion and direction, as Kaeley Ipson wrote below. 

But this work - developing civically engaged graduates - is about more than motivating students to complete their degrees, as Rebecca and Rameez describe below. It’s also about showing the world that these are the excellent, skilled, adaptable, positive contributors to the workplace and to society more broadly. These are the people, who, through their experiences in helping communities prosper, are surely the very people New Jersey’s employers and social innovation investors should be climbing over themselves to entice into their business worlds. 


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