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Whether it's a small neighborhood group or a well-known nonprofit, numerous organizations throughout the Greater Cleveland region regularly want to partner with Case Western Reserve University to seek assistance from its students, faculty and staff.
This is one of the reasons why the university's Center for Community Partnerships exists—to connect, convene and communicate such opportunities to both the campus and community at large.
"The university has a wealth of community service programs and resources designed to serve as vehicles to assist the Greater Cleveland community. In addition, many of our faculty, students and staff regularly volunteer with neighboring organizations throughout the year. Being an integral part of Cleveland's fabric continues to be part of our mission. The reward is beneficial for both the university and the organizations we help," said Latisha James, the center's director.
The type of assistance requested varies from groups looking for volunteers, to an organization needing an expert in a specific field. While opportunities to help are available year round, several community organizations are requesting involvement from the campus community for upcoming events. They include:
Learn more about the Center for Community Partnerships, by calling (216) 368-3909, or visiting http://www.case.edu/community/.
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