Get involved through CCESL’s four initiatives! Click a program name below to learn more. In addition to these specific programs, CCESL also provides trainings focused on community engagement skills for student organizations. Contact CCESL Program Coordinator, Ryan Hanschen at email@example.com to learn more.
DU students coach K12 teams through the community organizing process to identify and develop public projects on social justice issues that students care about within their school and community.
The Public Good Associates (PGA) programs is designed to get students and faculty into working relationships to effectively support community-engaged research.
DU’s Puksta Scholars Program is a four-year, developmental civic engagement program and intentionally diverse community.
Scholar Shop is a forum for students to connect and collaborate with community organizations to do academic work that addresses public problems.
The Public Good Associates (PGA) program is designed to get students and faculty into working relationships to effectively support community-engaged service learning classes.
CCESL offers a three-course sequence of two-credit service learning courses that provides opportunities for DU students to develop a set of public skills and civic knowledge that will allow them to actively participate in the public life of their communities.
DUSC is a student organization committed to engaging the DU community through diverse service opportunities that facilitate positive change for the public good.
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DU students support K-12 students through in class and out of class tutoring and mentoring that addresses literacy, after-school programming, or credit recovery.
Each fall, CCESL offers an annual community organizing institute to equip participants with tools to effectively bring about social change.