Universities that are interested in joining the Talloires Network should contact Robert Hollister, Talloires Network Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org, to provide an overview of your civic engagement activities, a description of the commitments or policies your university has regarding community engagement, and links to websites, reports or publications about your civic engagement work. This will help us confirm that you are committed to engaging with your community.
Once we have received and reviewed this information, we will notify you if you have been accepted to join and guide you through the membership process.
To see examples of our member universities’ work, visit our membership list page.
Benefits of membership
- Eligibility to apply for our MacJannet Prize for Global Citizenship, which provides monetary awards and public recognition for innovative and effective university civic engagement programs
- Connections to peers (administrators, staff, faculty, and students) at institutions around the world who have similar interests in civic engagement
- Opportunities for joint initiatives, including institutional partnerships and regional conferences
- Access to a shared global platform, through our website, newsletter, Facebook group, and other communication tools, to increase the visibility of your university’s civic engagement work
- Access to expertise on civic engagement through online toolkits and resources, as well as our Civic Engagement Experts
- The monthly Talloires Network newsletter, which includes news, interviews, featured resources, information on recently released publications on higher education civic engagement, and announcements of upcoming conferences and events on civic engagement
- Announcements of opportunities that may be of interest to specific universities, such as grant opportunities and regional conferences
- Compilation of foreign language resources on civic engagement topics