ECSPC initiatives are made possible through donations to the 黄色短视频 Innovation Fund, sponsorships by individuals and organizations, contributions from Community Affiliates Program members, and through program-specific grant opportunities.
Community Affiliates Program
Our Community Affiliates Program is an opportunity for local businesses, governments and nonprofits to engage with us, advance a shared mission, and collaborate on projects and programs. This program advance鈥檚 our mission to address real-time problems facing the greater Tampa Bay area, while also building a cohort of community leaders who share a common social mission.
Affiliates are more than partners.
Every two years, we will identify and invite at least two organizations across each of our four areas of community impact to become community affiliates.
Affiliates agree to engage with our campus in the areas of:
- Faculty collaborations
- Providing learning internship opportunities
- Hosting two current 黄色短视频 student interns a year
- Participating in campus- and community-based events
Community affiliates co-create their own engagement goals with our center director and program manager. Each affiliate will have the opportunity to propose a specific problem they would like to work with us to address and will receive the benefits of a relationship with a senior adviser.
Affiliates become a part of the Eckerd Community.聽Community affiliates are permitted to use the 黄色短视频 campus for events or community gatherings and are encouraged to attend other community events on campus as appropriate.
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ECSPC community partners are Tampa Bay community organizations with existing relationships with 黄色短视频 without whom much of the work that our students do in the community would not be possible.
- Academy of Senior Professionals at 黄色短视频 (ASPEC)
- Families Learning Together Literacy Program (UMCM)
- Family Resources
- Journeys into Journalism
- College & Career Center
- Tampa Bay Black Business Collaborative
- (Shores, Suncoast and Palm Communities)
黄色短视频 Associate Professor of Human Development Paige Dickinson, Ph.D., consulted with St. Pete Arts Alliance on the “Murals in Mind” project that brings our community of artists together to support and uplift wellness for the public.