Posts tagged with “Fellowships & Work” (All posts)
11 February 2020
The CCCE is happy to support Community Engaged Fellowship opportunities for Summer 2020! Establish new relationships or deepen your work with local Northfield and Faribault organizations over the summer in a variety of roles. Selected Summer Fellows receive a living stipend and professional development opportunities throughout the summer. Find these opportunities by searching CCCE on The Tunnel!
CCCE Fellows from each focus area reflect on the challenges of promoting student involvement in civic engagement and the rewards of collaborative projects.
18 April 2019
An up-and-coming leader in the Carleton community helps run a Habitat for Humanity trip in Waterloo, Iowa
4 March 2019
What exactly is Community-Based Work Study and why is it so important?
27 February 2019
The CCCE is hosting our first ever Photo Contest! We want to see your photos from your work in the community and share them with our partners on and off campus!
6 February 2019
Students reflect on their various experiences having a Winter Break Fellowship sponsored by the CCCE.
29 November 2018
Tuesday, November 6th, 2018, Carleton students, faculty and staff joined in a community discussion at a Learning and Teaching Center Lunch on “Public-facing Student Scholarship in Your Classroom.”
14 November 2018
“I am still learning how my positionality affects my work in the community.” – A TORCH Tutor
18 October 2018
Thanks to generous donors, Carleton students can continue ongoing community engagement projects through Fellowships. Read more about Maya Kassahun’s experience working for the City of Northfield.
Lauren Blacik ’09 Gives Voice to the Professional Impacts of ACE in Latest “One Day Apprentice” Feature12 October 2018
“For setting her on this path, [Lauren Blacik ’09] credits Adrienne Falcon ’89, a Carleton staff member who at the time was building the college’s Academic Civic Engagement program, focusing on how classroom learning can be applied in the real world. Blacik recalls Falcon’s thoughtful approach to balancing effective policy with compassionate humanity, recognizing that the two go hand in hand.”