The Center for Community Engagement
Our office supports faculty, students, and community agencies in a variety of ways: Curriculum Development, Community Contacts, Student Placements, Professional Development, Project Planning, and Student Leadership. Read more.
What We Do
advise and consult on best practices; develop and share resources; help direct interested campus and community members; administer service learning courses; support scholarship, research, and grants related to community engagement; develop and maintain community partnerships; coordinate and promote student leadership for community engagement; coordinate the Freshmen Day of Service. Click here to learn more about our programs and initiatives.
Freshmen Day of Service 2015! Freshmen register here
Please go to the FDoS page for up to date information for faculty, community partners, and students.
Food Drive for Alameda County Community Food Bank-- Virtual Food Drive Flyer
The Office of University Diversity and the Center for Community Engagement are sponsoring two food drives for the Alameda County Community Food Bank to demonstrate our campus’ commitment to inclusion and community as a part of the Week of Inclusive Excellence, February 23rd – February 27th. The virtual food drive enables you to donate right from the comfort of your computer—it kicks off February 9th. Go to www.vfd-accfb.org/ and find our group name CSUEB in the drop down menu to shop. If you prefer to bring in food donations, during the Week of Inclusive Excellence there will be donation barrels across campus conveniently located for you to drop off food items, tentative locations include: Old Union, Library, VBT, SA, RAW, KPE, Bookstore, New Union. Please check back here for barrel location updates.
Enjoy the latest edition of the Center for Community Engagement's publication Voices & Visions.
For service opportunities, student placements, and current community partners
Manage community placements here (the student waiver, service opportunities)