Posts tagged with “Programs & Projects” (All posts)
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.
16 October 2018
Students worked hard to promote voter registration alongside the League of Women Voters.
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.
12 September 2018
Sarah Goldman ’17, co-founder of Heart of the Heartland, credits her experience in the CCCE with giving her a new perspective on learning and a foundation for her career.
22 January 2018
Applications for Alternative Spring Break Trips are now open!
One trip will go to Finland, Minnesota to work on and learn about organic farming at Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center. The second trip will go to Waterloo, Iowa to work on construction and in the restore for Habitat for Humanity. Trips are from March 18/19th–March 25th.
25 April 2017
This week, the CCCE Community Spotlight falls on Sam Bearak, a senior history major who spent his sophomore summer working with Summer Blast at Northfield Middle School…
15 February 2017
A timely training for student activists sponsored by Project Pericles
Tsegaye Nega’s personal mission to bring affordable, efficient cooking stoves to Ethiopia grew into a massive interdisciplinary collaboration, bringing together a diverse group of Carleton faculty, staff, and students.