Community engagement refers to the process by which institutions, organizations, and businesses are beneficial to the community and individuals build sustainable relationships for the purpose of applying a collective vision for the community's wellness. Consistent with the University's strategic plan, The Division of Academic Outreach and Engagement, specifically the Center for Continuing and Professional Studies (CCPS) remains involved in a number of outreach initiatives. We are proud to announce new and ongoing community partners. Learn more about these partnership formations listed below.
Blacks In Government (B.I.G.)
The partnership agreement between Blacks In Government (BIG) and Morgan State University (MSU) is designed to create a certification process leading to the awarding of Continuing Education Units (CEUs) to each Darlene H. Young Leadership Academy (DYLA) participant. This partnership recognizes Morgan State University's Center for Continuing and Professional Studies capability to issue CEUs/PDH's. The CCPS hosted a three-day orientation session on April 10, 2014 through April 12, 2014, located on Morgan State's campus.
Summer Transportation Institute
Morgan's Summer Transportation Institute (STI) is sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration's Office of Civil Rights and the Maryland State Highway Administration. The Summer Transportation Institute is a free program designed to encourage high school students to pursue careers in transportation. It introduces participants to the many career opportunities available in the transportation industry.
Career Communication Group, Inc.
The collaboration between The CCPS and Career Communications Group, Inc. provides professional opportunities to obtain CEUs and Professional Development Hours (PDHs). Some of the key conferences are Black Engineers of the Year and Women of Color.
The Spirituality Forum was an academic symposium co-sponsored by The Department of Sociology and Anthropology and The CCPS on July 3, 2013, held in the Morgan State University Student Center. The forum focused on spirituality, morality, and lifelong learning from a community perspective.