Civic Engagement for Community Partners
Local Community Partners
Without our community partners, there is no Civic Engagement at BCC. Becoming a community partner provides you with access to knowledgable human resources you might otherwise not have available to you, strengthens your connection and collaboration with BCC, and allows opportunities for future community volunteerism and leadership.
If you are from a school or a non-profit agency and want more information, please consult the Community Partners Guide (.pdf).
To apply to be a BCC community partner, please fill out the Community Partnership Application.
Want to see some community partners already working with BCC? Check local organizations who have benefited from Civic Engagement:
Other Non-Profit Agencies & Organizations
These links are to organizations that have registered to request volunteers but are not necessarily BCC Community-Service Partners. They may be useful because they provide information about non-profit agencies that have a real need in our community and might be willing to accept BCC students who are interested in doing a service-learning project.
This Web site allows you to enter a specific zip code, state, and social issue of interest and gain access to a list of non-profit agencies affiliated with United Way with a need for volunteers that match your specifications.
This Web site, which is administered by the Massachusetts Service Alliance, allows you to enter a specific zip code, state, and social issue of interest and gain access to a list of non-profit agencies in the Commonwealth who have registered to request volunteers.
Community Partners Guide (.pdf)