Coffee and Donuts in CCCE
Drop in for free coffee & donuts to learn more about Carleton's Center for Community and Civic Engagement's hiring of the 2023-2024 academic year Fellows. Fellows are leaders on the Carleton campus and in the community. These positions are paid and offer the opportunity of working both independently and collaboratively with each other, other campus organizations, and community partners.
Fellows directly and indirectly support the many programs the CCCE coordinates with community partners. Fellows oversee the work of Program Directors (PDs) and volunteers for programs in their respective Focus Areas, helping to maintain high quality programming for multiple off-campus communities. Fellows support programs in their respective Focus Areas by occasionally working off-campus at program sites, mainly in the greater Northfield and Faribault area.
In addition to direct and indirect program support, Fellows help promote community and civic engagement events on campus and in Rice County. Events range from speakers and professional development to film showings and nonpartisan political forums.
Fellows contribute to making the CCCE a lively and vital academic center for the Carleton campus by supporting Academic Civic Engagement (ACE) courses and the faculty leading them. Fellows support the logistics of reciprocal and respectful academic partnerships with off-campus communities by building, developing, and maintaining working relationships of mutual benefit. More information will be available about the specific positions that are available at this event.
This week will be hosted by Melissa Thomas, Operations Coordinator. All are welcome to hear more about how the CCCE Fellows make a difference in our communities.
The Coffee and Donuts events will resume in the Spring Term on Fridays 9:30-10:30 am on even weeks: April 7, April 21, May 5, May 19, June 2.
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