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 service learning and civic engagement at Northwestern. Fellows serve as liaisons between the Center and the student body, actively working to support meaningful opportunities for engaged learning and to help students navigate the many engagement opportunities on campus.
Civic Engagement Fellows
CCE Fellows work part-time (approximately 5-7 hrs/week) to promote and develop civic education and service-learning at NU. Each placement is a one-year term. Each fellow receives ongoing training on civic engagement and service-learning and an hourly stipend.
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Fellows use their own skills to develop meaningful work in their areas of interest with guidance from staff. The work is typically project-based and collaborative and can be organized into three main categories:
- Outreach and Event Support: Helping to represent the Center and spread the word about civic engagement and service-learning opportunities to various constituencies across campus and in the community; providing support at CCE-sponsored events.
- Peer Advising & Project Development: Advising students about civic engagement-themed programs, courses, clubs, and activities; providing guidance and feedback to students developing their own civic engagement projects.
- Program Support: Fellows will be assigned to one or more CCE programs and will be expected to help promote and implement these programs.
- Rising Junior or Senior with good academic standing, and experience with service, service-learning and/or civic engagement programs or activities
- High level of responsibility, good communication skills, and ability to collaborate with students, faculty, staff, and community partners
Interested students can learn more through "office hours" with current fellows. Drop by to ask questions and hear about their experiences working with the Center for Civic Engagement.
Check back for the 2016-2017 application.