Transform Mid-Atlantic offers a range of in-person and web-based professional development and networking events. Bringing together civic and community engagement staff, community partners, faculty, presidents/chancellors, students and other stakeholders, these events serve to create space for discussions around the issues faced by communities, as well as opportunities for growth and improvement.
Join student leaders, administrators, community-engaged faculty, and campus partners from MD, DC, DE, WV and Northern VA for this day of celebration and engaged learning about developing campus democratic engagement plans, catalyzing dialogue across difference, strengthening leadership development, building media literacy skills, and more!
- Early Bird Registration Deadline: February 28th
- Regular Registration Deadline: March 15th, 2024
Each spring, Transform Mid-Atlantic and its member campuses host the annual Service-Learning and Civic Engagement Conference (SLCE). The SLCE Conference offers a full-day of panels, discussion, professional development, and opportunities to share success strategies among students, faculty, and staff at institutions throughout Maryland, D.C., and Delaware on the topics of community service, service-learning and civic engagement. The conference generally occurs in late-March or early-April. Interested in hosting or serving on a planning committee for the 2023-2024 SLCE Conference? Contact Director of Programs & Communications Nicki Fiocco at firstname.lastname@example.org!
An overview of previous conferences coming soon.
The Transform Mid-Atlantic Presidents' Institute serves as a platform for the collaboration between higher education, K12, and community partners. The Presidents' Institute is dedicated to exploring how civic and community engagement can enhance college, career and civic readiness for K-12 and higher education students throughout Maryland, DC and Delaware. All TMA member institution presidents are invited each year to convene and discuss important topics and strategic priorities related to the public purposes of higher education and their campus' civic and community engagement activities.
Guided Conversations: MSCHE Accreditation Standards and Community and Civic Engagement
In partnership with the Partners for Campus-Community Engagement (formerly Campus Compact of New York & Pennsylvania) and Engage New Jersey (formerly New Jersey Campus Compact), Transform Mid-Atlantic hosted representatives from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) for a series of guided conversations around community and civic engagement initiatives. Follow the link to watch recordings of the series.