Action Research Seminar: Students participate in community-based research projects individually and in groups. Projects have included participation on the Westside Development Task Force, the Cultural District Neighborhood Association, and the Hispanic Families Work Group.
Internship Seminar: Individual students collaborate with community groups to develop projects that address issues and needs identified by the community partner.
Workshops: ARC hosts a series of workshops to provide enrichment opportunities. Topics include grant-writing, working in diverse communities, and creatively using technology.
ARC Open House: Forum held to educate the campus about ARC activities.
Weir Fellowship: Through the generous sponsorship of Elizabeth Weir, two students execute projects in the community. One of the 2007 Fellows completed a project focused on the environment and the other did research on educational outcomes with a local child care center.
Internship Seminar: Individual students collaborate with community groups to develop projects which address needs identified by the community partner.Workshops: ARC hosts a series of workshops to provide enrichment opportunities. Topics include grant-writing, working in diverse communities, and creatively using technology.
Martin Luther King Day teach-in: ARC hosts a panel of national and local leaders who are involved in action research projects. Topics have included a living wage campaign, affordable housing, immigration reform and Native American communities. For more about the 2010 teach-in click here.
State Farm Community Partnership Internship Program: Ten students work 3 days per week at State Farm and 2 days per week with a community partner
Field Coordinators: Two students are hired to work with the ARC to keep operations running smoothly over the summer.