Welcome to the
Collaborative for Community Engagement!
The Collaborative for Community Engagement supports and facilitates a wide range of programming designed to meet student interest and community need. From student-run organizations to a community-engaged leadership certificate program, from community-based research to living learning communities, our programs engage a diverse group of stakeholders from the campus and community to promote the common good and propel academic learning into the world.
Our office has moved! Come visit our new office in Suite 100 of Armstrong Hall (the northwest corner) and see what we're up to!
2016 Humanity in Action Fellowship Applications
This year's Humanity in Action Fellowship programs will take place in Amsterdam, Atlanta, Berlin, Copenhagen, Paris and Warsaw in 2016. The 2016 European program dates for participants from the United States are May 24 through June 26, 2016. The American program, the John Lewis Fellowship, follows a different schedule.
Humanity in Action Fellowship programs in Europe
- May 25-May 28, 2016: U.S. Fellows participate in a orientation program in Washington, DC. The programming focuses on building careers in international affairs and includes a special visit to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
- May 27, 2015: U.S. Fellows arrive in Europe.
- May 28-June 26, 2016: Fellowship programs take place in Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Paris and Warsaw.
- June 26, 2016: Fellows depart from the program.
John Lewis Fellowship in the United States
- July 5-30, 2016: John Lewis Fellowship runs in Atlanta, Georgia.
Ideal candidates are students and recent graduates of U.S. colleges and universities who are passionate about active and responsible citizenship, diversity and human rights. Current sophomores, juniors and seniors as well as graduates from the undergraduate classes of 2014 and 2015 are eligible. Applications for students and recent graduates from European universities will open in late fall.
The deadline to apply to these programs is January 7, 2016, at 11:59pm EST.
The Soup Project
The Soup Project is a truly innovative project to re-envision Colorado College’s role in addressing hunger, poverty, and homelessness in Colorado Springs. For over 23 years, the Community Kitchen at Colorado College served a meal to hungry Colorado Springs residents each Sunday. The Soup Project is the next step in meeting these pressing community needs by creating and supporting four student-led projects (developed through the Soup Project Challenge) that utilize the unique talents of the Colorado College community to address issues of hunger, poverty, and homelessness in creative, innovative ways. These programs each have at least one strong partnership in the local community, and are supported by the Collaborative for Community Engagement and the Innovation Institute of Colorado College. To read more about these exciting projects, click here.
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