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Please contact nettercenter upenn. Three key strategies underpin our work. The first is academically based community service ABCS , service rooted in and intrinsically connected to research, teaching, and learning. The second is university-assisted community schools UACS , which educate, engage, empower, and serve not only students, but also all other members of the community, providing an organizing framework for bringing our programs, including ABCS courses, to West Philadelphia schools. Third, we view ABCS and UACS as core to a comprehensive anchor institution strategy in which universities engage in sustained, mutually beneficial partnerships with their communities. These strategies are shared with others across the country and around the world, serving as a model for democratic university-community engagement. Approximately 65 Academically Based Community Service ABCS courses each year engage faculty and students across the university in real-world problem solving.
Strategies and models. The Center for Community Partnerships is the University of Pennsylvania's primary vehicle for community-oriented, real-world problem solving. Its work involves three key efforts: 1 Academically Based Community Service, which engages students and faculty in West Philadelphia public schools, communities of faith, and community organizations to address critical campus and community problems; 2 University-Assisted Community Schools, which tap University resources to help public schools become innovative institutions that educate, engage, empower and serve students, families and community members; and 3 Anchor Institution Strategy, which aims to engage the University in a democratic, sustained partnership with the community. The Center also supports the Anchor Institutions Task Force AITF , which serves as an advocacy and movement building organization to create and advance democratic, mutually beneficial anchor institution-community partnerships.
More than 60 ABCS courses are offered throughout the curriculum each year. Approximately half are created thanks to inspiration from students who recognize problems and want to find solutions. The Center serves local communities while generating knowledge of global significance, creating understanding of common issues and offering innovative solutions. The work done by the Netter Center also benefits Penn—enlivening our curriculum and creating forums for practical, innovative learning. Students will examine the connection between anthropology and policy, theory and practice research and application. They will study these connections by reading about historical and current projects.