Putting Our Passion to Work

2015 SLCE Conference
Connect, Create, Reflect

Saturday, March 28, 2015
9:30am - 3:30pm
American University

Agenda | Keynotes | Workshops | Awards | History

Register now for SLCE 2015!

The Service-Learning & Civic Engagement Conference (SLCE) is an annual event hosted by the Maryland – D.C. Campus Compact, a network of universities and individuals dedicated to creating strong civic engagement, service-learning, and community partnerships in the Maryland and D.C. area. On March 28, 2015, roughly 300 students, faculty, staff, and community partners will gather at American University to discuss the achievements and challenges made over the last year – and the work that still has to be done moving forward. More information will be coming soon!


2014 SLCE Conference
Putting Our Passion To Work

Saturday, April 5, 2014
8:00am - 4:00pm
University of Baltimore

Agenda | Keynotes | Workshops | Awards | History

Putting Our Passion to Work

Putting Our Passion to Work graphic created by: Lincoln Mann and Kate Rodman
Towson University students in Professor Kevin Sprouls’ typography course.

Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who joined us Saturday to make the 2014 Service-Learning & Civic Engagement Conference such a success! Please be sure to check back here for photos from the conference, presenter materials, and information on the 2015 SLCE Conference at American University!

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The Service-Learning & Civic Engagement Conference (SLCE) is a full-day opportunity to share success strategies among students, faculty, and staff at institutions throughout Maryland and D.C. on the topics of community service, service-learning and civic engagement. Visit the history page for more information on the conferences held past years.

In order to provide opportunities for growth, professional development, and field exploration, the Service-Learning & Civic Engagement Conference will:

  1. Examine the latest thinking about how colleges and universities interpret and advance their civic missions.
  2. Strengthen the capacity of Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., campuses to create, and sustain community partnerships.
  3. Provide opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and community partners to collaborate, network, and develop their capacity to lead transformative service experiences.

SLCE 2014 Flyer

Keynote Speakers

Rev. Heber Brown, III | Shawnice Jackson         

For additional conference information, please contact Anthony Butler, UB, abutler@ubalt.edu or
Nicholas Mueldener, MDCCC, mueldener@mdccc.org.