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Rural Engagement and Vitality
The Rural Engagement and Vitality Center (REV) creates partnerships between Eastern Oregon University and entities in eastern Oregon which enhance the vitality of the region and develop tomorrow’s rural workforce and leaders.
The REV facilitates experiential learning for students through internships and integration of regional projects and research into EOU courses.
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Cultivating vibrant and prosperous rural communities in eastern Oregon.
The REV is a partnership between Wallowa Resources and Eastern Oregon University.
ContactJulie Kenirye: firstname.lastname@example.org: 541-962-3012
Cottonwood Crossing Summer Institute (CCSI) is a week-long residential field studies program for high school students currently in grades 9-12. Participants choose from five course options where they learn about locally significant cultural or natural resources. Projects are led by EOU faculty, EOU Capstone students, and other regional professionals.