The Civic Engagement Fellowship

Each spring, the Center for Civic Engagement recruits outstanding students to participate in the Civic Engagement Fellowship. This Fellowship is a competitive, paid, one-year program that trains undergraduate leaders to promote quality civic and community engagement at Northwestern. Fellows serve as liaisons between the Center and the student body to support the Center's programs and advance meaningful opportunities for engaged learning, and help students navigate the many engagement opportunities on campus.

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Civic Engagement Fellows

CCE Fellows work part-time (approximately 5 hrs/week) to promote and develop civic education and community engagement at Northwestern for a one-year term. Fellows receive ongoing training on civic engagement and experiential learning and are paid $12/hour regardless of work-study eligibility.

The work is typically project-based and collaborative and can be organized into three main categories:

  • Outreach: Help to represent the Center and spread the word about civic engagement opportunities to various constituencies across campus and in the community.
  • Program Support: Organize, facilitate and work with CCE staff to run a variety of programs, including the Civic Engagement Certificate Program, Engage Chicago, Jumpstart, NU in Chicago, NU Votes, and the Public Interest Program.
  • Program Development: Build upon individual interests and skills to expand the Center's existing programs, and create new programming that connects Northwestern students with unique engagement opportunities in Evanston and Chicago communities.


  • Rising third-year student or above in good academic standing
  • Experience with civic and community engagement programs and activities
  • Strong communication and organizational skills, and ability to initiate collaborations with students, faculty, staff, and community partners

Learn More

Interested students can learn more by emailing or by stopping by the Center for Civic Engagement (1813 Hinman) during normal business hours to chat with staff or fellows.

Application Information

Applications are now being accepted for the 2019-20 academic year. The deadline to apply is Monday, April 15.

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