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Get Involved

Students

  • Follow the CCBL on social media
  • Take academic civic engagement courses at Wofford
  • Join a student-led civic engagement organization at Wofford
  • Find a community partner that needs you through CampusConnect
  • Volunteer for the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service
  • Apply to become an Intergenerational Connections Fellow
  • Apply to become a College Access Fellow 
  • Apply to become a College Access Mentor
  • If eligible, apply to become a Bonner Scholar
  • If eligible, participate in Community Service Federal Work Study
  • Make an appointment with Toria in the CCBL to be matched with a community partner who needs you
  • Enter your civic learning reflection product in the CCBL’s “Pathways to Purpose” showcase 
  • Get help articulating your civic learning on your resume and in interviews
  • Apply for funding to deepen your civic learning and/or support your civic engagement activities
  • Core readings and tools for civic-minded students 
  • Learn about community engagement opportunities after graduation 

 

Community 

  • Follow the CCBL on social media
  • View Wofford’s existing community partnerships/collectives, to see if there is already a natural connection 
  • List your volunteer needs/opportunities on Wofford’s CampusConnect site
  • If you’re a 501(c)3 or governmental agency with designated staff members, operating within the city limits of Spartanburg, and would like to talk about developing a deep partnership with Wofford stakeholders, please contact Jessalyn in the CCBL to discuss possibilities
  • Submit your community-based research questions 
  • Apply for funding to support your civic engagement partnership with Wofford
  • Core readings and tools for community partners of higher education
 

Instructors & Administrators

  • Follow the CCBL on social media
  • Browse resources for developing community engagement within a course 
  • Browse community-based research questions waiting for a sponsor 
  • View an exemplary, annotated civic engagement syllabus
  • Make an appointment with Jessalyn in the CCBL to discuss your ideas and get support
  • Talk with a Community-Engaged Faculty Fellow in the class of 2017-18
  • Browse academic civic engagement syllabi from other schools
  • Apply to be a Community-Engaged Faculty Fellow for 2018-19 
  • Apply for funding to support your civic engagement activities 
  • Propose a course to carry the civic engagement designation 
  • Volunteer for the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service
  • Core readings and tools for civic-minded instructors