How To Get Involved
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.
Interested in getting more engaged with the community, but not sure where to start? Consider getting involved in the following opportunities!
An Engagement Roadmap
Opportunities offered through the CCE:
- Take a community-based learning (CBL) course.
- Become an engaged leader through the Community-Engaged Leadership (CEL) Certificate.
- Get involved in ongoing service opportunities through student-run organizations.
- Engage in immersive, short-term service through attending or leading a BreakOut trip.
- Engage in service opportunities requested directly from community organizations.
- Follow us on Facebook!
- Apply for financial support for engagement initiatives through CCE mini-grants.
- Craft an Engagement Portfolio to use for applications or show to employers through documenting the engaged work you’re already doing!
Opportunities offered through other CC offices:
- Apply to lead a service-oriented Priddy Trip.
- Use your work study funding for the public good through applying to serve in off-campus work-study.
- Gain experience for future work in the non-profit world through applying for the Public Interest Fellowship Program.