Welcome to the Engaged Faculty Institute (EFI) Curriculum, originally authored by Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) in 2007 and redesigned by California Campus Compact (CACC) and Campus Compact of the Mountain West (CCMW) in 2015 in collaboration with CCPH. Part of the broader Engaged Campus Initiative, this curriculum provides a thorough, updated roadmap for intensive, facilitated faculty development speci c to service-learning course construction, implementation, and sustainability in a college or university setting. Each unit within the curriculum addresses a key component of service-learning, from basic de nitions and an explanation of the pedagogy, to thinking about risk management in the design of service-learning courses, to deepening practitioners’ understanding of cultural competency as it relates to the student experience in a service-learning course. To supplement the content, the curriculum also includes case studies, worksheets, research findings, and syllabi submitted through 46 colleges and universities from 61 academic disciplines and/or Centers for Service Learning and Community Engagement from across the Campus Compact and Community-Campus Partnerships for Health networks.

Engaged Faculty Institute (EFI) Curriculum


Kleinhesselink K, Scholen S, Cashman S, Richmond A, Ikeda E, McGinly P, Editors.