Partnerships are the cornerstone of the Hagen Center. Whether it is through direct service, internships, off-campus student employment, community engaged teaching, or research, our partners play a major role in the education of Wittenberg students and we are grateful for the opportunities they provide.
The Hagen Center celebrates our distinct, urban environment. Springfield is a real city facing many of the same challenges as cities across the nation. Working in the community allows Wittenberg students to experience the challenges and rewards of trying to make positive change in their community.
How do I become a Community Service Partner Site?
Email the firstname.lastname@example.org or call 937-327-7523 to talk about your interest in connecting with our program. The office staff will determine if an additional meeting should be made with the Director of the Community Service. The deadline to be considered as a partner site is August 1 for the fall semester and December 1st for the spring semester.
If you need help with a one-time or short-term event, please contact the Hagen Center to ask about the Project Request form.
Engage Springfield Community Dashboard
Wittenberg & Springfield: Continued Community Partnership
In an effort to further expand and focus our commitment to Springfield, and to provide hands-on learning experiences for our students, Wittenberg has developed a community dashboard.
The Engage Springfield Community Dashboard pulls together data from a variety of sources to give a picture of Springfield and Clark County using commonly used metrics collected by public organizations.
Developed by Dr. Ed Hasecke, with contributions from Wittenberg faculty and students, the goal of the Engage Springfield Community Dashboard is to make data about our community easily available to facilitate research, grant-writing, and goal-setting.