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CommUniverCity San Jose: A Partnership for Service and Learning
Unformatted Document Text:  Table 1. CommUniverCity San José Development Timeline January 2000 San Jose State University (SJSU) Center for Service Learning established 2003 Joint University/City Martin Luther King, Jr. Library completed SJSU and City of San Jose form “Beyond MLK” partnership to continue successful collaboration SJSU College of Education Dean Susan Meyers proposes service learning “Town/Gown” initiative, approved by SJSU Deans’ Council Five Wounds/Brookwood Terrace (FWBT) SNI area chosen as community partner for “Town/Gown” initiative 2004 City, campus, and community leaders meet to discuss “Town/Gown” initiative Several service learning classes begin working with FWBT in Fall 2004 2005 CommUniverCity San José name, mission, and guiding principles approved; city, campus, and community leaders form steering committee First five CommUniverCity service learning projects commence in Fall 2005 2006 First CommUniverCity Day of Service in April 2006 involves 511 students and residents in FWBT Social Capital baseline survey conducted in FWBT and comparison SNI area 2007 Second SJSU/CommUniverCity Day of Service in April 2007 expanded to be an all-university day of service with 830 participants 2005-2007 CommUniverCity San José service learning projects involved 1,459 SJSU Students and 2,871 community residents in 20,817 hours of service supported by $433,451 in donations, grants, university expenditures and city contracts (See Table 2 for a list of CommUniverCity projects 2005-2007) 7

Authors: Christensen, Terry., Jackson, Melinda. and Agredano, Ricardo.
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Table 1. CommUniverCity San José Development Timeline
January 2000
San Jose State University (SJSU) Center for Service Learning established
2003
Joint University/City Martin Luther King, Jr. Library completed
SJSU and City of San Jose form “Beyond MLK” partnership to continue
successful collaboration
SJSU College of Education Dean Susan Meyers proposes service learning
“Town/Gown” initiative, approved by SJSU Deans’ Council
Five Wounds/Brookwood Terrace (FWBT) SNI area chosen as community
partner for “Town/Gown” initiative
2004
City, campus, and community leaders meet to discuss “Town/Gown” initiative
Several service learning classes begin working with FWBT in Fall 2004
2005
CommUniverCity San José name, mission, and guiding principles approved; city,
campus, and community leaders form steering committee
First five CommUniverCity service learning projects commence in Fall 2005
2006
First CommUniverCity Day of Service in April 2006 involves 511 students and
residents in FWBT
Social Capital baseline survey conducted in FWBT and comparison SNI area
2007
Second SJSU/CommUniverCity Day of Service in April 2007 expanded to be an
all-university day of service with 830 participants
2005-2007
CommUniverCity San José service learning projects involved 1,459 SJSU
Students and 2,871 community residents in 20,817 hours of service supported by
$433,451 in donations, grants, university expenditures and city contracts
(See Table 2 for a list of CommUniverCity projects 2005-2007)
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