The Pioneer Academic Center for Community Engagement (PACCE) is a transformative initiative for the campus-wide coordination, integration, and leadership of community-based scholarship of engagement on the UW-Platteville campus; and is a funding source for scholarship of engagement projects and internships.
Experience→Grow→Make a difference
|Students||Faculty and Staff||Community Partners|
|Experience||real people, real situations and real consequences.||scholarship of engagement.||a positive and productive relationship with the university's faculty and students.|
|Grow||1) your skills, experience, and ability to critically think and 2) grow your spirit and confidence to challenge, explore, be innovative and succeed.||your capacity to be an effective teacher, researcher, publicly share including publishing, and advance professionally.||your capacity to address organizational challenges and pursue opportunities.|
|Make A Difference||through the empowered capacity to pursue solutions in your professional, social, and community worlds.||for your students, yourself, and your community.||by better preparing tomorrow's citizens and pioneering the potential for positive organizational change in your organization.|