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On-Going Service Opportunities

The Collaborative for Community Engagement (CCE) supports student-run organizations along two interrelated tracks: K-12 Education, and Human Rights and Wellness.  A CCE staff member oversees each track, and meets with student leadership in each track on a blockly basis, providing guidance in the areas of conceptual framing, leadership, skill development, troubleshooting, and risk management.  Each track also offers many opportunities for inter-organizational networking and project development, and for student participants to build leadership skills and domain-specific competencies. 

K-12 Education

The K-12 education track supports a wide range of student-run organizations that emphasize partnerships with local schools. From art programs to mentorship initiatives, CC students can participate in a diverse array of K-12 education programs.  All programs in the K-12 education track gather regularly to participate in training on topics such as classroom management, mentoring at-risk youth, and promoting achievement motivation.  Risk management procedures in the K-12 track are streamlined for all programs, and all student participants are required to complete risk management training.

To speak to a CCE staff member about K-12 engagement opportunities, please contact Sarah Marshall at 719.227.8247 or via email at sarah.marshall@coloradocollege.edu.

Human Rights and Wellness

The Health and Human Rights initiatives support student-run organizations that seek to promote human rights and wellness.  These organizations address varied topics in prevention of human trafficking,  child welfare, refugee assistance, civic engagement, and microfinance.

To speak to a CCE staff member about human rights engagement opportunities, please contact Shanna Farmer at 719-389-6022 or shanna.farmer@coloradocollege.edu.