The Bonner Center for Community Engagement facilitates partnerships that: (1) promote community service, civic responsibility, social awareness, and academic scholarship, and (2) advance the college’s motto “not to be ministered unto, but to minister.”
A division of Academic Affairs, the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) serves as the hub for coordinating community engagement at the University of Richmond, connecting the University and Greater Richmond region communities through collaborative, sustained, and educationally meaningful responses to community-identified needs.
The mission of the Bonner Center at Oberlin is to encourage all students to become engaged citizens through curricular and co-curricular initiatives, which enrich the community and enhance students’ education.
The Center for Civic Engagement’s mission is to bring together dedicated and passionate students, faculty, staff and local community organizations in order to create meaningful change on a host of issues affecting the local, national and international community.
The Center for Civic Engagement serves Drew University and the surrounding communities as a resource, convener, and partner for those committed to the work of melding knowledge with action in order to improve our shared world.
The new Center for Civic Engagement offers a year-long discussion and debate on the topic, designed to enhance the quality of that engagement for our graduate students now and as they go on to pursue their careers. These workshops, lectures and forums are designed by and for graduate students with the goal of continuing the dialogue for several years to come.
The Center for Civic Engagement exists to improve student learning through service, service-learning, and other civic engagement activities. By investing in civic engagement, Westminster College expects that its students will develop better collaboration and leadership skills, deeper empathy, and a sense that they can contribute to the well-being of their homes, communities, and nation.
Rutgers’ core mission is to serve the public good and future of New Jersey. The University can enhance its overall mission of advancing and transmitting knowledge by active engagement in public scholarship, service learning and existing disciplinary programming recognizing the synergy between teaching, research, and service.
Preparing students for engaged citizenship and effective civic leadership is a critical part of Macalester’s mission. Many Macalester faculty and staff are actively involved in public scholarship, civic learning and public work.
Fort Lewis College’s Center for Civic Engagement (formerly the Center for Service Learning) was established in 1993 to support faculty and students in their effort to integrate academic study with responsible engagement and activism.
Through a process of focused conversations and deep reflection, the Feinstein Institute for Public Service works collaboratively to increase an understanding of and promote positive, sustainable social and economic change through community building.
The Ginsberg Center for Community Service and Learning enriches student learning, advances community priorities and inspires a lifelong commitment to citizenship. Students engage in positive change through social justice education, leadership, and meaningful service experiences with community. Partnership with faculty and staff is encouraged to enhance student learning through consultation that connects community engagement experiences to coursework, research and programs.
Guided by the Center’s Principles of Ethical and Effective Service, students develop a public purpose while honing the knowledge, skills, and adaptive leadership practices to catalyze and sustain positive social impact. Students integrate rigorous coursework with real-world experience and reflection, and work with renowned faculty across disciplines to address complex social problems.
Hesselbein Global Academy for Student Leadership and Civic Engagement aims to produce a cadre of experienced, ethical leaders equipped to address critical issues throughout the world. Through dynamic global mentorship, training, and service opportunities, student leaders of today will become the business, community, and government leaders of tomorrow.
VIDA’s mission is to empower students to become agents of change in their communities and beyond; to foster education that meets the needs of the communities we serve; and to help develop pathways to meaningful participation in local, state, and federal government decision making processes.
Drexel University’s Center for Civic Engagement promotes the ideals of social responsibility and public service by facilitating community based experiential learning for students, faculty, and staff. Through collaborations with the community, and in support of the university’s strategic plan, we improve the public good on the local, national, and global levels while enriching the scholarship and character of Drexel through enhanced education.
The Morgridge Center for Public Center at the University of Wisconsin, Madison promotes citizenship and learning through service within local, national and global communities through various programs, services and resources.
The focus of the New England Resource Center for Higher Education (NERCHE) on the scholarship of engagement addresses higher education’s responsibility to the public realm through faculty work that is relational, localized, and contextual and favors mutual deference between laypersons and academics.
The Office of Leadership and Service-Learning at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro serves as a catalyst for experiential curricular and co-curricular leadership development and service-learning initiatives that empower students to effect positive change and serve as citizen leaders in a global community.
The Sabo Center for Democracy and Citizenship facilitates learning experiences across and beyond the campus through multiple pathways to civic engagement, service-learning, and off-campus student employment. We connect students to issues they’re passionate about and help them develop their capacities to be agents of democratic renewal and change.
The Bentley Service-Learning Center at Bentley University promotes academic learning through community service. They assert that community involvement outside of the classroom contributes significantly to what students learn within class, and helps students develop into socially responsible professionals.