The Community Action and Social Change Student Advisory Board is comprised of student leaders in the minor who offer perspective and guidance through direct counsel on program initiatives, strategic planning, and partnership efforts with the School of Social Work. Through bimonthly meetings with CASC staff and faculty, advisory board members provide critical feedback loops on all major program areas and new initiatives to ensure alignment with the minor’s mission and vision. In addition to providing counsel to the minor, the advisory board review and develop innovative social justice education programs that engage CASC minor and School of Social Work students, as well as the broader campus community.
The Community Action and Social Change Outreach Board fosters partnership, outreach and engagement among declared and prospective students in the minor, and help students bridge connections between their field and an ongoing commitment to social justice. Through monthly discussions and meetings throughout the academic year, students advise staff and faculty on programs and strategies that foster outreach and engagement, as well as diversity, equity, and inclusion. The board is composed of student ambassadors from each partner school/college represented in the minor. Each member serves as a student liaison between the minor and their major degree program by facilitating partnership and collaboration with students, staff and faculty.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106