The CCE will host a Homecoming and Reunion event from 2-4pm on Saturday, October 16th. Alumni, please register through the Homecoming webpage and all others interested should email Teresa Denton at Teresa.Denton@kzoo.edu. Leading up to our 20th Anniversary Celebration, we will be sharing videos of K alumni reflecting on their experiences working with the community through CCE partnerships on our Facebook Page.
The CCE is thrilled to announce that El Concilio has honored us with their 2021 Guerreros Award in recognition of an organization that has continuously volunteered with El Concilio and has donated hundreds of hours to supporting the Kalamazoo Latinx community.
A Kalamazoo College student working in a CCE Program or Community Building Internship is covered by the College’s nondiscrimination/antiharassment policies outlined below. Kalamazoo College Nondiscrimination Policy An equal opportunity employer, Kalamazoo College is committed to equal rights, equal opportunities, and equal protection under the law. The College administers its programs, activities, and services without regard […]
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It is with heavy hearts, that The Center for Civic Engagement shares the news of the passing of Mrs. Dorothy Young on November 28, 2020.We had the honor of working with Mrs. Young for almost two decades through our partnership with Community Advocates for Parents and Students (CAPS). As a founding board member for CAPS, […]
Tomorrow is the 2020 Election K Votes and campus partners have prepared a variety of events the entire week to support students, faculty, and staff. Details for all events can be found below and at https://cce.kzoo.edu/events/. You can find voting resources such as voting guides, sample ballots, polling place locator, etc. at https://cce.kzoo.edu/opportunities/k-votes/voting-101/. Haven’t registered to vote yet? […]
Farmworker Legal Services is a CCE partner for almost 20 years in service-learning courses and Community Building Internships. Their advocacy for human rights for “essential workers” was highlighted recently in this piece from Michigan Radio: https://www.michiganradio.org/post/we-are-not-disposable-people-farmworkers-speak-out-conditions-have-led-outbreaks
We look forward to another successful CBI Summer as 25 grants of $4,000 per student have been awarded through a competitive interview and selection process with our local community partners. These internships are 6-8 weeks in length and are comprised of 240-280 hours. CCE Staff meets with the student interns for reflections once per week, […]