Community Engagement Fellows work hand-in-hand with their partner organizations to make a deep and powerful impact in the lives of the communities in which they serve.
This program focuses on diversity and social justice, community development, and organizational change. Students gain a broad understanding of civic engagement in the nonprofit sector, including trends, theoretical models, and best practices. This versatile degree will prepare students for outreach and partnership work in schools, colleges, and community organizations.
Fellows graduate in one year with a Master of Education in Community Engagement (M.Ed.) - equipping them to pursue careers as nonprofit leaders, social change activists, and leaders in the national service learning movement.
Fellows do clinical residencies on site with our community partners. Here is a sampling of those organizations:
Who are our Fellows?
- Average Undergrad GPA, 2016-2017 Fellows: 3.4
- Average graduate class size: 17
- 2016-2017 Fellows come from 48 different colleges and universities