STUDENT LEADERSHIP AND ACTIVITIES WITHIN CENTERS OF SOCIAL AND CIVIC INVOLVEMENT
Centers for Social and Civic Involvement
In the CURE project, students have an important role in the program. They are responsible for student activities within the CURE Centers for Social and Civic Involvement that have been established in 9 Israeli and Georgian institutions. This section presents the methodology that has been used both in Georgian and in Israel. In addition in this section we provide some examples of the activities that were implemented in our institutions. Included we have units and folders which have pictures and videos so that the visitor to this page can have an idea of the impact and spirit of this part of CURE's program.
This document presents a summary of CURE's Centers of Social and Civic Involvement written by the leading HEI of the working package of Quality Plan. The evaluation and reflections presented in this summary are based on the summary of all of CURE's internal field monitoring that was done by our EU program partners in our Israeli and Georgian institutions and based on observations and interviews.
The purpose of this handbook is to describe CURE’s student activities which were implemented through Centers of Social and Civic Involvement that were established as one of the aims of the CURE project. The establishment of Centers for Social and Civic Involvement became the focal point of all student activities that have linked CURE’s Israeli and Georgian colleges and universities with their communities. This handbook provides short theoretical explanations that guided the development of the student activities that are presented in the book as well as on this site page.
This folder gives the students the opportunity of using a variety of CURE logos in the materials that they are developing. Included is the official ERASMUS+ logo which must appear on all items.