Centering Community: Developing a “Community Centric” Action Plan for Experiential Education


This project involves the creation of a Community Partner in Residence Program (CPIR) to work in collaboration with other university structures to support experiential education and community engagement. The CPIR program brings community perspectives to bear on the development of activities and strategies, and create opportunities for York to explore and enhance the reciprocal benefits of experiential education by linking community partners and projects more closely.

Project Lead(s)

Yvette Munro, Office of the Vice-Provost Academic
Lorna Schwartzentruber, York U-TD Community Engagement Centre