CCR Position Submission Form

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Students, to have your volunteer experience documented on your Co-Curricular Record (CCR), please login to your MyMohawk or visit the CCR webpage for detailed instructions

Community organizations, to add a volunteer experience to our Co-Curricular Record (CCR) catalogue, or to confirm a student's involvement with your organization, please complete this form.

Community Information

Volunteer Position Information

Please Note: Student Life staff will contact the community organization directly to verify volunteer participation.

Please provide a brief description of what the position entails. (75-100 words)

Co-Curricular Record Learning Outcomes

To encourage meaningful learning as a result of student involvement, the Co-Curricular Record features Learning Outcomes that reflect the skills, personal growth, and individual knowledge gained through volunteer and participatory experiences. Learning Outcomes can be linked to transferable skills and help guide intentional programming in student development. Please visit the Co-Curricular Record (CCR) page for details.

Please select the Learning Outcomes students will achieve during this volunteer experience.


Collaborate productively across networks to enhance knowledge, generate innovative ideas, resolve challenges and respond to change.


Communicate effectively with others of diverse background, values and personalities to develop meaningful relationships, share knowledge, manage conflict, solve problems, and foster positive change.

Continuous Learning

With practical, occupation-specific knowledge, skills and abilities; transferable skills and abilities; transferable skills; capacity to use learning technologies to stay current, pursue professional development, and personal renewal opportunities.

Critical Thinking and Creative Problem Solving

Use creativity, problem solving and critical thinking skills to assess risk, make informed decisions and take appropriate timely action.

Responsible Citizen

Apply personal, professional and social practices to promote physical, economic, mental and emotional well-being, and also foster civic engagement.

Student Information

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