PAUL LOEB MEDIA LINKS
NONPARTISAN CAMPUS ENGAGEMENT APPROACHES
Here are nonpartisan approaches that administrators, faculty, and staff, and student leaders can take to get students engaged in elections, draw from the national Campus Election Engagement Project that I founded. The project is of course separate from my personal views on any given candidate or issue.
BOOKS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
Books for social change
These are books that I've drawn on for Soul of a Citizen, and others that have come out since that are particularly useful for social change. It's a partial listing of course and largely excludes books exploring particular issues or political events.
SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT GATEWAY SITES
Here, listed below, are some key gateway sites for engagement, with searchable resources to get involved.
Not a place to volunteer or get engaged through directly, but rather the prime national college and university community service network. Excellent resources on integrating service learning and civic engagement into every conceivable discipline.
A useful guide to nonprofit careers.
Global gateway site on volunteer and nonprofit opportunities, searchable by issue, country, and organization name.
Servenet, Youth Service America
Online database of volunteer opportunities, created by Youth Service America.. Gives the opportunity to register your skills and be contacted by interested local groups.
Interactive site on U.S. volunteer opportunities, searchable by Zip Code and kind of involvement.