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Faculty Teaching Toolbox: ACC External Affairs

The Faculty Teaching Toolbox is a resource for faculty and staff that provides an introduction to some of the many instructional support services offered by Austin Community College.


What is it?

  • The Center for Community Based and Nonprofit Organizations at Austin Community College (CCBNO) exists to promote, leverage and facilitate community collaborations and partnerships that broaden the horizons and possibilities for the Central Texas Nonprofit Sector.

How do I use it?

These collaborations reflect the Center’s ability to bring business, government and nonprofit sectors together around common goals:

  • Providing individual learning opportunities for self-exploration and organizational knowledge
  • Facilitating and coordinating the Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and Management
  • Providing coaching and consulting opportunities
  • Establishing/joining strategic partnerships that further advance the nonprofit sector knowledge base
  • Hosting mini conferences around current trends and issues surrounding and effecting the nonprofit sector
  • Providing resources and tools for the advancement of the nonprofit sector

What do I tell my students about it?

Learning opportunities include Certificates in:

  • Nonprofit Leadership and Management
  • Grant Writing
  • Volunteer Management



What is it?

  • The Center for Public Policy & Political Studies (CPPPS) is an innovative program created to enable ACC students to gain practical experience in learning how government policies are created and executed, and to improve communications between public entities and the people they serve.

How do I use it?

  • The Center offers various events throughout the academic year that you will be invited to attend. Past events have included Women In Politics Symposium: Equal Pay for Equal Work and Honoring the Service: Veterans Reading.

What do I tell my students about it?

  • The Center enables ACC's students to develop a broad range of analytical and decision-making skills that they will use to understand issues of public concern. With these skills, students can pursue civic leadership and professional positions at public, non-profit, and private organizations.

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