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For Community Members

Interested in recruiting DU volunteers?

Include your active volunteer opportunities on our database at http://volunteer.du.edu and attract DU students seeking community service.

Recruit DU students to serve as tutors and mentors with your K-12 school through CCESL’s Community Engagement Corps program.

Interested in K-12 Civic Skill Development?  

Community partners interesting in connecting their K-12 students to DU students who lead weekly civic lessons culminating in a social justice project can explore becoming a partner with DU’s Public Achievement program.

Interested in Collaborating with DU on Research/Creative Works?

The Scholar Shop connects community organizations with students and faculty to address public problems through research and/or creative work. The goal of the project is to integrate the research needs of community organizations with the expertise and academic goals of students and their faculty mentors in order to benefit our shared community. Visit our Scholar Shop page to learn more and complete an interest form to submit project ideas.

Interested in Getting Involved with DU Grand Challenges?

In the DU Grand Challenges Forum series, leaders in scholarship and practice give lightening talks to provide a spark for small-group discussion among participants on how the topic impacts our communities.

Additionally, check out A Community Table (ACT). ACT is a one-day event designed to bring DU alumni, faculty, staff, students and community members together over a meal to identify shared aspirations for improving daily life.

Learn More

To explore other ways to connect and collaborate with the center, contact CCESL Associate Director, Cara DiEnno at  cara.dienno@du.edu , or CCESL Program Coordinator, Ryan Hanschen at  ryan.hanschen@du.edu