EHE Holmes Scholars Program – This prestigious and scholarly opportunity is awarded to doctoral students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds who pursue careers in education.
Service Learning and Community Engagement Course Enhancement Grant – The Service Learning and Community Engagement (SLCE) Course Enhancement Grant seeks to expand the College’s SLCE opportunities as part of a broader implementation of the EHE vision, which includes a commitment to “offer the students in our college an unparalleled academic experience that equips them to serve both local and national communities with dignity and integrity.” Specifically, this program invites faculty and staff to create or enhance courses in areas that align with the EHE Community Pillars and reflect a commitment to diversity and equity, while also facilitating student engagement and learning alongside of persons in local and global communities. More information is available here.
The EDGE Professional Development program brings together qualified experts in EHE with consumers in need of PD services. We recognize the vast knowledge, experience, and deep commitment to community engagement among EHE faculty and staff across disciplines. For more information or to get involved visit our survey.
EDGE is committed to working collaboratively with groups to address issues affecting the wellbeing of students, families, educators and community members in and outside of schools. EDGE provides and connects schools, government, industry, non-profit, and community organizations to a host of professional development opportunities, offered by EHE faculty and staff. For more information visit the professional development page.