Community health issues are best addressed by developing and sustaining partnerships between community organizations, academic institutions, and government. These partnerships provide opportunities to promote workforce development and continuing education. Also, partnerships provide students and faculty opportunities for community engagement to best serve community and global constituencies.
Definition of Community Partner
A Community partner may be, but is not limited to, the following: local, state, national, international, public, community-based, private and academic organization. Partnerships will promote student engagement, workforce development, continuing education, community service and collaborative and community-based research.
How we can work with you as a partner and related benefits
The Office of Global and Community Health Partnerships provides leadership in the School for community health outreach and serves as a resource for all constituents. The office supports the School’s goals by serving as an organizing hub to meet community needs by connecting constituents with university experts and information. This Office cultivates and maintains relationships through outreach activities.