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Theory of Change

Haas Center for Public Service - Theory of Change
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Thomas Schnaubelt

on 23 October 2012

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Transcript of Theory of Change

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Situation Assumptions and Beliefs Engage Students Goal: Inspire and support student leadership, collaboration, innovation, and discovery, and provide the tools for students to leverage their Stanford experience for positive public impact. Engage Communities Goal: Facilitate mutually beneficial partnerships that identify and solve education, environment, and health problems in measurable ways. Goal: Integrate civic learning and community-engaged scholarship into Stanford’s academic life. Engage Faculty Goal: Strengthen the knowledge base and community of professionals that integrate public service into higher education. Contribute to the Field Goal: Develop an organization that allows people to work at their best. Work at Our Best Our Five Goals 2010-2015 Strategic Plan
Theory of Change A new generation of inspired, engaged civic leaders is needed to develop solutions to increasingly complex social challenges and create a more just and sustainable world. Deeper partnerships are possible between Stanford University
and the communities it serves. Public service must be
both ethical
and effective. Students should be exposed to, and engaged in... multiple pathways of public service public service at the local, ...service
at
the
local national and global levels. Civic leadership competencies can be taught. and learned Civic leadership development and community development are inextricably linked. Civic leadership
development Community
Development Universities have a responsibility
to promote the public welfare. Activism Policy/Politics Direct Service Philanthropy Engaged
Scholarship Our Priorities Education Environment Health To What End? A more just and sustainable world Improved Health


Improved Environmental Sustainability


Improved Educational Opportunities and Equity
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