Posts tagged with “Profiles of Engagement” (All posts)
14 November 2018
“I am still learning how my positionality affects my work in the community.” – A TORCH Tutor
11 November 2018
In two years, when Fred Hagstrom retires, he’s “throwing all of it away.” Not his career or legacy—based on the smiling anecdotes I hear whenever I mention Fred’s classes and…
2 November 2018
Pierre Hecker explores the different ways Carleton faculty can incorporate Civic Engagement into their academic work. In his ACE course, Drama, Film, and Society, Pierre’s students analyze unique pieces of theater and probe such questions as: who is theater for and what is theater meant to be doing?
24 October 2018
“Who are you?” is a question that 2Fik believes is a question that everyone can connect to. At some point, every person has been asked, “Who are you? Where are you from?” and has to think about their own identity.
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.
26 September 2018
CCCE Fellow Mica Bahn met with Linda Oto to discuss the long history of partnership between Northfield’s Middle School Youth Center and the CCCE.
20 September 2018
The four focus areas of the CCCE cover a broad range of issues, and there are always opportunities to volunteer no matter your previous experience or your individual interests.
26 April 2018
Saul Melo Lira ’18 takes us through the volunteer programs that he oversees at Faribault High School.
10 April 2018
The CCCE is conducting a series of interviews to highlight alumni that have gone on to career paths that involve civic and community engagement. In this profile, Teddy Gelderman ’11 discusses his work with Northfield Tackling Obstacles and Raising College Hopes (TORCH).
11 January 2018
We chatted with Senior History major Lizzy Ehren about her role in the CCCE and her work at Faribault Middle School.