Digital Badges are a form of portable microcredential which evidences your investment in particular areas of specialism.
Your badge contains data which authenticates the achievement to you. You can download an image with this data embedded and share it via a 'backpack' (such as Badgr) or use your Rise Transcript to maintain your profile.
You should also share your badges to LinkedIn.
This Civics Badge recognises that the holder has invested effort in developing their ability to support others and connect with their local communities. Skills and competencies that they have explored and learnt will have been developed through varied approaches to community engagement such as: volunteering, working with the Students Union, advocacy work, service learning opportunities across the uni and within their communities, peer to peer support, and help and support for others.
You can view all opportunities which support this badge below. If you’re stuck for where to start, we recommend Volunteering and Service Learning Passport and How to be a Community Advocate. If you complete both of these self study packs, you will earn your bronze Digital badge!
To Achieve a Bronze Badge You Need to Earn: