The expanded footprint in St. Joseph, Missouri is designed to train rural health-care providers
A service is an action that a person does for someone else. In terms of an engagement a service is something offered that can be requested, and is open and available to the public or a specific population.
From summer camps to assisted living facilities, department helps students find the right fit.
Students, faculty and alumni were involved in the project from start to finish.
Paid internship provides experience, peace of mind
Join industry expert, April Mullen, as she shares a proven methodology for creating a strategy that delivers exceptional customer experiences and drives a longer-term marketing ROI.
The UMKC Truman Fellows Program, an initiative of the UMKC School of Law, offers newly-licensed attorneys an opportunity to “learn by doing” under the mentorship of an experienced attorney and provides an opportunity for these attorneys to do public-interest work.
Geared for Phelps is a collaborative effort to encourage local business growth through innovation.
The Missouri S&T child development center now accepting enrollment.
The UMKC School of Medicine is seeking two public members to serve on the Advisory Committees for the UMKC Anesthesiologist Assistant (AA) Program and the Physician Assistant (PA) Programs. Interested individuals are encouraged to apply.
Student-teachers learn how to manage their own classrooms, even in a pandemic.
UMKC supports and sustains more than 7,000 jobs.
From kindergarteners to high school seniors, it was all smiles at University Academy.
Students and urban small businesses both benefit from the program.
Helping your business start, grow & succeed
ParentLink provides evidence-based support and connection for Missouri families, engaging parents and caregivers to help children thrive. ParentLink Navigators help parents reach the services needed for their unique situation, overcoming structural barriers to access. ParentLink Early Childhood Specialists guide parents through developmental screenings, while WarmLine Specialists engage parents in problem-solving and developing an effective action […]
The mission of the Heart of Missouri RPDC is to build the capacity of educators through high quality professional learning to maximize student achievement. We aim to improve outcomes for all students by providing effective and timely professional development to school communities.
Adventure Club is an enrichment based before and after school program located in all elementary schools in the Columbia Public School District. We provide hands-on educational and recreational activities for children in a safe and caring environment.
Advocating for physical education as public health policy
Need a fun afternoon activity for children during the upcoming winter break or still looking for that last stocking stuffer idea? Check out these fun UMKC resources.
Since voters agreed on funding a General Obligation bond, the city has started a 20 year, $150 million project to repair Kansas City sidewalks. Pilot programs are being launched to find new ways of creating more efficient sidewalks, including the help of UMKC students.
As part of Extension and Engagement Week’s Days of Service, MU Extension is planning service activities all over the state! Find one near you and get in on the action!
The pantry ensures no Roo goes without, especially during the pandemic
Vaccine effort targets low-income and underserved living in Kansas City’s east side
Dynamic duo at Columbia campus cares for farmers.
The Missouri Institute for Mental Health (MIMH) CE Circle is a subscription-based service in which members receive live-online behavioral health trainings throughout the year. Members pay only one fee each year. At least 40 live-online opportunities over the course of the year will be available for members to receive training on a wide variety of […]
The first round of funding from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation supports seven initiatives
“Where there are problems, there are entrepreneurs with solutions,” says an end-of-the-year report from the UMKC Innovation Center.
Jackson County approves CARES Act funding to promote vaccinations and other preventive care.
This is a free 15-minute training that offers strategies on how to combat Zoom Fatigue!
School of Pharmacy playing significant role in COVID vaccine efforts across the state.
The guide was developed in partnership with The Missouri Developmental Disabilities Council and the Missouri Division of Developmental Disabilities.
U-CREATE Summer Camp is a camp for kids ages 6-12 designed to be an active camp that both educates and stimulates while having fun. Camp enrollment is open to UMSL and the surrounding community.
Children under the age of three are eligible for the exam.
The University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry dental hygiene students are screening patients for their clinical licensing exam, which includes a free dental cleaning.
KCSourceLink has seen an 176% increase in calls to their help desk from April to October as well as a 367% increase in the number of people who reported starting a business. In response, they curated this list of classes to help support potential entrepreneurs.
UMKC students engaged with patients at 160 different immunization events and administered 5,580 flu shots this fall.
The Kansas City Government to Univesity (G2U) Regional Coalition is launching a new career services project to help draw our region’s students to high-demand public service careers.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announcced on November 23 that UMKC has been selected to receive 1.9 million in grant funding through the Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics Underserved Populations (RADx-UP) program.
Funding from institute encourages UMKC community research partnerships. Informational webinar available online; applications due Nov. 9.
The Missouri SBDC Growth Services targets small businesses looking to build a sustainable, scalable, and successful business model. The success of the program is built around meeting the business owner where they are and providing access to the right resources, at the right time, to help navigate the right opportunity or address the right pain […]
In the Advanced Professional Development course, students work with a professional partner through MU Extension, the MU Office of Service-Learning, or corporate partners across the state to complete a professional project. Students address the business needs of the partner organization, and dedicate approximately 30 hours per student per semester to this effort.
For the past four years, the MU Extension Community Arts Program has partnered with the City of North Kansas City to present Arts in the Park and the Mistletowne Market festivals.