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College to Community Partnership Center

Building College to Community Partnerships
We look to build partnerships led by our community leaders that connect college students, faculty, staff, to their goals of addressing unmet needs in our local, state, national, and global communities. We facilitate community engagement activities that include activities, workshops and trainings, skill building curriculum, partnership connections, community strengthening, and deliberative dialogues that focus on empowering a thriving democracy.
Professor, Faculty Director, College to Community Partnership Center
Location: Humanities (H)48

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What can you do?
What do we do?
  • Partner with organizations and leaders to address unmet community needs.
  • Build connections between the college and the community!
  • Provide skill building trainings to students, faculty, staff and community members.
  • Encourage and support diversity efforts at the college and in the community.
  • Provide voter registration/education to build a thriving democracy. [Student Voting Plan]


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What is Community Engagement?

At ACM community engagement is a reciprocal partnership between the college and a public or private sector organization, that: 1) enriches scholarship, 2) enhances curriculum, 3) prepares engaged citizens, 4) strengthens democratic values, 5) addresses critical societal issues, and/or 6) contributes to the public good.

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Meet the Staff

Our experienced, knowledgeable staff, are excited to share their expertise with you.

Dr. Diane S. McMahon 
Professor, Sociology - Faculty Director, College to Community Partnership Center

Humanities 48

B.A. Carlow University
M.A. & M.P.I.A., University of Pittsburgh
PhD., Indiana University of Pennsylvania


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